by Tracy Davidson

soft fingers caress
each fragile fold and furrow
skin glistens with sweat

your eyes say it all
much more eloquent than words
love and lust combined

the taste of your lips
that curve of your thrusting tongue
sets senses ablaze

beneath satin sheets
I finally feel alive
in your warm embrace

how you somehow find the spots
I never knew existed


Tracy Davidson | @tracydavidson27  

Tracy Davidson lives in Warwickshire, England, and writes poetry and flash fiction. Her work has appeared in various publications and anthologies, including: Poet’s Market, Mslexia, Atlas Poetica, Modern Haiku, The Binnacle, A Hundred Gourds, Shooter, Journey to Crone, The Great Gatsby Anthology, WAR and In Protest: 150 Poems for Human Rights.

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