low in my belly and lower still.

July 19, 2011

It can be anyone.
Butterflies,
low in my belly,
and lower still.
Aching,
deep in my breast,
longing, until,
caressed,
with fingertips.
Trembling,
from body hunger,
and eagerness.
Breath,
shuddering soft,
desperate,
with frenzied want.
My body,
at attention,
commanded,
by his hands.
Bending,
over the sink,
and to,
his every will.
Craving
his ardent touch,
longer,
and deeper still.
Now,
he can be anyone.

7.18.2011

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25 Responses to “low in my belly and lower still.”

  1. D.S. Jones said

    I like this one. Didn’t know where it was going. Liked where it went.

  2. This is what I call arousing. Nice and rare.

  3. Pretty sweet stuff this is! Kudos!

  4. booguloo said

    I blush easily and I bet my ears are as red as a ripe strawberry. Very erotic and suggestive. Thanks, ahem, for sharing.. smiles

    • Fountains said

      lol, you really made me laugh, booguloo! Strawberries hold a special place in my heart as I am so very regretfully allergic to them, so your comparison tickled me. Thanks for reading. 😉

  5. J Sirrah said

    WOW
    And I thought my poem was hot
    Yours is burning
    and yearning 🙂

  6. j said

    Like the belly that has it’s need in hunger, and so it is the same with the heart that throbs, for it too needs to be filled.

  7. Leo Fibonacci said

    Whoa! “by daily dying i have come to be” created a thirst in me for more. And when I found it . . . I nearly exploded. Begs the question, how many marriage proposals does this beauty get per hour. 🙂
    Whatever the number, add one more!

    • Fountains said

      Thirst and explosions are highly appreciated! And as for proposals per hour, I just couldn’t answer honestly and still sound like a lady. We can just pretend I said something modest. 😉 Haha, thank you for stopping by and lending me your opinions and putting a smirk on my face.

  8. I like this warm and sensual piece 🙂

  9. luna15 said

    ooo sensual and awesome!

  10. Jingle said

    another fabulous piece.
    Thanks for sharing.

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