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Savoring the Beginning

Updated on April 22, 2020
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Poetry is turning out to be a very cathartic medium, I should do this more often.

Set the Mood

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It began as something so sweet,

By appearance all was neat.

With one another fusing emotion,

We ignored the tides of the ocean.


Passion being exchanged on every word,

Infatuation palpable so as to be heard.

As if innocent exchange was more than such,

This was a love that became more than much.


For we ended up back inside my room,

A place we traversed freely unlike a tomb.

For here we moved without remorse,

Blazing passions lighting our course.


In the rain room we came alive,

Finding that energy in us that drives.

Our lips pressed together as the water fell,

In one another we escaped this hell.


Our tongues slid over so softly,

To break away would only be costly.

But we turned off the water,

And a towel is what I brought her.


A useless gesture as I was to dry her,

Run my hands up and down I could not deny her.

Throwing her back onto the bed,

Now her legs wrapped tight ‘round my head.


I could hear it in her every moan,

That her heart was mine to own.

For that’s all I wanted was her heart,

Physical romance is just a droll part.


With great desire she took me within,

The layer between our hearts nothing but skin.

From here until eternity we are now one,

For this isn’t the end and I’ve only begun!

Don't Bore Me

I often find myself wondering if people think I am obsessed with the physical aspects of love, and to say I'm not would be a lie. Physical love is beautiful, but only because I find it so easy to write about. The body and mind are fickle things, yet that is what I'm lacking, the mental arousal I so crave. This is what writing about physical love does for me, in lieu of others offering the stimulation I desire.

Don't bore me please, I want you to arouse my mind not my body!

Then again, a little nibble on the skin never hurts....

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    • Kyler J Falk profile imageAUTHOR

      Kyler J Falk 

      5 weeks ago from Corona, CA

      Thank you, Obaidrn, and I agree! This was written from a place of passion, and love!

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      Obaidrn 

      5 weeks ago

      Passionate poem!

    • Kyler J Falk profile imageAUTHOR

      Kyler J Falk 

      5 weeks ago from Corona, CA

      Yes, really, absolutely, positively, without question!

      Thanks for reading, Odedele!

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      Odedele felix 

      5 weeks ago

      Wow really

    • Kyler J Falk profile imageAUTHOR

      Kyler J Falk 

      5 weeks ago from Corona, CA

      It's a hot topic, am I missing something or are you just flattering me? Either way, I'm quite happy to hear that you enjoyed this little piece. Even better is your inclusion of lust being natural, as so many would deny themselves the right to feel it in any capacity, even to the point of being guilty for it.

      Hope to see you around more, Ruby!

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      Ruby Jean Richert 

      5 weeks ago from Southern Illinois

      It takes two to tangle, it can be done with love or perhaps just desire. Lust is a natural emotion. The eyes see and the body responds. Your poetry is a hot topic today and I agree, you do it so well!

    • Kyler J Falk profile imageAUTHOR

      Kyler J Falk 

      5 weeks ago from Corona, CA

      I'm the opposite as it concerns the stimulation, I expect too much of others. As writers we tend to live on a higher mental plain, we are a rare few that ever get the chance to connect with one another on such a deep level because of our own rigidity and lack of resources. In lieu of someone on my level, I learn to adapt to "lesser" experience.

      I suppose, if I am honest, the boredom this causes also inspires adventure and stepping outside of the box. Never a dull moment in my world! Come take a swim in my ocean!

      Always a pleasure, Shauna, thank you for reading!

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      Shauna L Bowling 

      5 weeks ago from Central Florida

      Kyler, I agree that we cannot live on physical arousal alone. In fact, if I don't have mental and emotional stimulation from a partner or lover, I lose interest in the physical aspect and end up terminating the relationship.

    • Kyler J Falk profile imageAUTHOR

      Kyler J Falk 

      5 weeks ago from Corona, CA

      You're back, Mitara! It's good to see you!

      I was worried something bad had happened while you were absent.

      Thanks you for your generous comment!

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      Mitara N 

      5 weeks ago from South Africa

      Wow, we are certainly on the level of fifty shades....oooooh Kyler you're on fire....

      I can say that your write starts a definite fire, a tickle of fancy that won't be judged. I feel it's a natural and beautiful form of expression, where all feelings of love and lust can be explored.

      Keep the fire going, you are certainly giving active volcanoes a run on all its known for, lol

      Take care, keep well and be safe dear friend

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