hidden beach

How have you touched me as I wander distant shores

Bathed in the sunshine and feet in the sand

How is it that your shadow is cast upon my back

As I swirl eddies of turquoise Caribbean waters

About my thighs as I walk against the gentle waves

The heated caress of an open ocean laps against my body

As trickles of water pearl and drip from my skin

Kissed, burnished and freckled from the radiant skies

Fingers dipping, swirling the surface, breaking tension

Before I suddenly dive head first into shallow depths

Carelessly free, suddenly weightless, erotically bathed

The soundless roar of nothingness encases me in silence

Limited to isolation and connected by endless openness

I am caught by the mammalian need to surface for air

Gasping with childlike delight as the heat of the sun

Touches my face as I break the surface tasting the salt

Tilting my head back, lifting my chin, chest arching

So my long streaming hair is pulled away from my face

To lay wetly dripping and gleaming brightly against my shoulders

While it pools in a cloud of shimmering lights against my back

I feel you there in the sensual temperature changes

Which pucker and tighten my nipples to ache painfully

With the drag of a current over bared and tanned skin

It makes me push against it like a playfully sleek sea otter

I would curl around your trunk seeking to anchor myself

Wrapping around you to secure myself on the stable root

Thrusting up from the center of your body and into my own

Safely held while being swept away as violent storms crash

Between us and under the heat of a tropical mid day sky

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3 Responses to hidden beach

  1. Reblogged this on georgeforfun and commented:
    and the beach beckons again…………….(͡• 🔥 ͜ʖ 🔥 ͡•) ლ(🔥\◡👅◡/🔥)ლ

  2. Reblogged this on Libido bootcamp and commented:
    It’s that time of year in my country, too. Wonderful!

  3. Lovely description of the warm waters and tropical sun on this cold windy day.

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