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by Southern Comfort

Monday, July 27, 2009
Rated "PG13" by the Author.
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A picnic for two, on a sweltering summer day,
Relaxed bodies, upon a quilt we lay.
Chocolate covered cherries, between two pairs of seeking lips,
Suddenly consumed, while lazy tongues search for sweet drips.
Strawberry Wine, from mouth to mouth sipped,
Tongues vie for dominance, making daring dips.
A sudden shower, immerses us in rain,
Soaked, breasts awaken, against thin, cotton material, strain.
Rock hard nipples, become too hard to resist,
Your warm lips descend, in a comforting kiss.
Two pleasures seekers, stand and embrace,
Sway to the sound of heartbeats, body to body, face to face.
Slow dancing in the rain, in barefoot wonderment,
Hot bodies smoldering, cooled by liquid joy, that was heaven sent.
We cling and I feel your great need,
A manflower in full bloom, wishing to bury its seed.
The cadence of rain, the only sound,
As we discard clothing and lay on the ground.
Sweet caresses and kisses upon exposed places,
Awaken body parts, where touch graces.
My body arches, to welcome you in,
United, heart to heart, they mingle and blend.
As thunder rolls and lightening paints the sky,
The rumbling rage muffles my joyful cry,
We are lost in each other, elevated on the ultimate high.

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Reviewed by William Bonilla 8/1/2009
Always a pleasure to read your wonderful words
Love & peace be with you

Reviewed by ~ H (Reader) 7/29/2009
Beautiful SC and the music is perfect for this one, love Holly
Reviewed by John Flanagan 7/28/2009
When are you going to invite me for a picnic? I'll bring the food and wine and the rest...well?
Lovely romance turning to rich sensuality and eroticism.

Reviewed by Rose Rideout 7/28/2009
Absolutely beautiful Sc. I know why I always look forward to reading your words, they are so real as they come alive. Thank you for sharing.

Newfie Hugs, Rose
Reviewed by Felix Perry 7/28/2009
Forget the chilli peppars Georg this is so hot they would feel like cold jello. well done SC
Reviewed by Georg Mateos 7/28/2009
I wonder if we did forgot to bring chili peppers...LOL


Reviewed by Karen Palumbo 7/27/2009
How smoothly you make the transition as two remain intertwined so lovingly...

Be always safe,
Reviewed by Lori Moore 7/27/2009
A wonderful progression from sweet romance to the "ultimate high." Enjoyed.

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