by Bella Russell
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something a little different for me - to be published in my Desert Flower book - I hope you enjoy it.
Paralyzed from your gentle touch on my skin,
Fingertips move over me as I begin.
My body comes alive and breathes,
You bring out passion deep in me.
Inside my mind is screaming for more,
As you slowly take me to the floor.
Every sensation in my body is revived,
For the first time I feel as though I am alive.
My heart is now beating like a drum,
As your fingers undo my buttons.
My essence is flowing out of my chest,
I am paralyzed watching you undress.
Your hot breath excites every inch of my flesh.
The sensations send feelings tingling and fresh.
My soul screams out for you to take me now,
You tease and taunt as much as I allow.
You make my body begin to stir wild,
Even now you hear my motor purr mild.
Our skin touching together embraced,
Moving in slow motion interlaced.
Throwing my head back as I scream out,
No sound comes out, I know I did shout.
Sweat trickles down from your beaded brow,
Emotionally paralyzed now.
Cannot move for my life from this spot,
Bodies collapse from the passion hot.
A love that only can be shared by two souls,
That come together in love to make a whole.
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|Reviewed by MaryGrace Patterson
|Endless love lives on and on.......M|
|Reviewed by Ken Chartrand
|Bella, I read your poem ,"Paralyzed" I found it a beatiful piece of writing. I have written poems too, but I don't think any of them can match the passion you have and the imagery. Please feel free to check out my stuff here in the "Den"
|Reviewed by Belinda Baker
|WOW--what a very romantic poem. You showed the reader how much passion a love can have. Very vivid imagery indeed!! :)
|Reviewed by Amor Sabor
|Electrifying touch...well done.|
|Reviewed by Paul Berube
Very beautiful and passionate writing. Purr on. Peace, Love and Blessings Always, Paul.
|Reviewed by Because .
|I know that first line sooo well. Enjoyed...|