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Pleasurable Agony
by Rev. Dr. Deborah Simpson

Saturday, April 03, 2010
Rated "PG13" by the Author.
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Skin began to boil, his tongue soothing the scorch.

He dipped into her pool of bliss –

Pleasurable agony ripped through their bodies

As the moon draped his howl across sterling flesh –


The dagger of his perpetual stare

Ripped through her internal warn –

Her flesh melted into his unyielding heat

Igniting, binding, enthralling –


Her impetuous hunger brewed –

Crave screamed its need into his obdurate bastion

As the cloak of flesh bound her –

And his heat transfixed her soul


His experimentation welded her

Deep within the vortex of her very creation –

And there, when she opened her eyes

Fixed upon her were the eyes of her very own –



Deborah Simpson

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Reviewed by D. Vaineo 5/27/2010
Deborah, A poem that makes one feel as though their
a voyeur watching a 'sexual combustion' so powerful---
" Pleasurable Agony "

Reviewed by Felix Perry 4/3/2010
Hot and forceful like steamy sex when it can only be sated by hard driving sex and nothing less.
Reviewed by Regis Auffray 4/3/2010
A most captivating encounter well-shared via your verses, Deborah. Thank you. Love and best wishes,

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