Rhythms: Summer Heat! by Sue DeGregorio-Rosen RN, CLNC, Contributing Editor

Credit: Taryn Elliot, Pexels


 Candles lit

a poem read

the moist air  

feeling

humidity of a summer heat

my eyes closed

beads of sweat form


small rivulets

an offering 

from the skin’s pores

drip down my breasts

exposed  

I savor your touch


laying vulnerable and open


a trace of honey you pour onto my navel


the taste is sweet you whisper


I listen to the silence


your tongue then explores

 
as you move your lips


you gently stroke 

 
the wetness 


your fingers are intertwined in the curls


eyelids want to open


as I feel your firmness against my thigh


I want to taste what you taste 


your kisses are soft


then demanding 


the moist air merges with us


I reach for you


slowly circling 


the flicker of movement makes me hungry


eyes stay closed, 


my body aches 


desire allows me to be led


please look 


I gasp  


the dance is vivid 


beyond imagery………