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Letter of Desire

Updated on March 6, 2013

Author; W. K. Hayes

Letter of Desire

 

Dear Love,

 

Bring your arms here and wrap them around this body. Glide your hands softly beneath the shirt to feel the warmth of this back. Touch me as you stare in my eyes and dare me to kiss your lips.

 

Such sweet lips that call me with crazed passion though I will control that craving and kiss them gently until the warmth of passion overcomes us both. Feel my hands upon your skin and delicately soothe my neck with your hand, as we kiss.

 

Touch me and let your lips part slowly that our tongues may carefully tease each other with thoughts of passion to come. Pretend you are, trapped by the power of my kiss, never noticing my hands exploring you until they touch you beneath your shirt, driving you deeper into my arms and harder against my body.

 

Feel the passion growing and long for more. Gasp for air, as my lips move to your neck where I will entice you with the thought of wild pleasure, given softly and gently as our passion gains momentum.

 

Touch me, touch me wherever you want. The need I have to feel your hands grasping at me assures me that my own touches are welcomed. The need for clothing seems foolish and I cannot help but to feel the urge to expose myself before you.

 

Passionate kisses that follow the loss of each piece of unwanted cloth keeps the fires simmering as we draw closer to lying in each other’s arms. Lie beside me and let our gentle kisses begin as if we had just kissed for the first time…every time.

 

Warm your body next to mine and make love to me knowing that I would rather die than to leave you unfulfilled with the pleasure you will experience, repeatedly.

 

Forever yours,

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      Warren Keith Hayes 6 years ago from Bryson City, North Carolina

      Hi Blondey, it is the job of the writer to capture all things beautiful. Still, we can look at a picture but the need to touch the imagery within the picture can be sadly, haunting like, that of missing a loved one.

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      Rosemary Amrhein 6 years ago from Boston, MA

      Hey W.K..........

      I'd rather experience it than read it, but reading was great too.

      Nice hub:)

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      Warren Keith Hayes 6 years ago from Bryson City, North Carolina

      Thank you Acaetnna...Passion is the slow dance in an empty room, whether others be around or not.

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      acaetnna 6 years ago from Guildford

      Wow, so passionate, took my breath away.

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      acaetnna 6 years ago from Guildford

      Gosh, breath-taking and so passionate.

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      Warren Keith Hayes 6 years ago from Bryson City, North Carolina

      Hey Karma, I right clicked and opened the link in new tab and confirmed I was 18...then I watched the video. I will admit, that music video makes me look like a tame little puppy dog by comparison LOL

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      Warren Keith Hayes 6 years ago from Bryson City, North Carolina

      Hi K. Burns Darling, above all else, I really do enjoy writing about passion.

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      Warren Keith Hayes 6 years ago from Bryson City, North Carolina

      Thank you Shyla's Nana...Passion, when conceived from the heart gives birth to true pleasure.

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      Kristen Burns-Darling 6 years ago from Orange County, California

      Simply beautiful.

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      Shyla's Nana 6 years ago

      Breath-takingly awesome. Take care.