ysabetwordsmith: Two smiling women; Kelly is blonde and Dale is brunette (walking the beat)
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This poem came out of the February 2, 2016 Poetry Fishbowl. It was inspired by prompts from [personal profile] aldersprig and Anthony Barrette. It also fills the "candlelight" square in my 1-23-16 card for the Valentine's Day Bingo fest. This poem has been sponsored by Anthony & Shirley Barrette. It belongs to the series Walking the Beat.

Note: This poem consists entirely of hawt lesbian action. If that's not something you're into, you can skip it without missing any of the serial plot. They're married, everyone already knew they're having sex.

"Touch and Come"

For Dale and Kelly,
love begins with a touch.

It is walking the beat with
their fingers brushing together,
the way the world feels on
a very cold day when the wind
nips at their noses and ears
so that all they want is
to go home and snuggle.

It is a touch on the cheek,
a caress of wrist or shoulder,
a look stretching one moment longer.

It is the times when making the bed
turns into an impromptu pillow fight
and leaves them both sprawled over
the mattress, sweaty and panting.

Dale and Kelly like making love
to themselves and each other.

Dale lights candles that smell edible:
mellow vanilla, spicy cinnamon,
luscious milk chocolate.

Kelly turns on the mood music, and
the speaker connected to the headboard
makes the whole bed vibrate in time with it.

They take off their clothes for each other,
slowly, sensually, slipping sweaters off shoulders,
unfastening pants with the leisurely creep of zippers,
baring their feet and wiggling their naked toes.

Kelly lets down her hair, blonde tresses
tumbling free over her shoulders.
Dale slips off her bra and cups
her breasts in her hands.

Oh, it's so good.

Kelly tickles herself with her hair,
sliding it over her fair skin.

Dale rubs her fingers over
her own nipples until they stand up.

The candlelight shimmers with shadows,
revealing and concealing by turns
the pale limbs of the women.

They spread their legs,
gradually unfolding the secrets
that they keep between, and
touch their toes together,
holding feet like holding hands.

Kelly's hands trail down her body,
signing love-letters to herself
with every caress.

Dale watches her wife
giving herself pleasure,
and never tires of learning
what Kelly enjoys.

Kelly's orgasm comes
on a wave of loud moans
and barks that she cannot hear,
hidden noises that only Dale
gets to witness.

Dale surfs on the storm surge
of Kelly's arousal, pinches her clit
between brisk fingers because
she likes the firmer pressure,
shows Kelly what it takes
to squeeze out an orgasm.

Kelly comes again
watching Dale come,
sympathetic bliss
wringing them out
and leaving them
both draped over
each other, limp
and satisfied.

* * *


Candles that smell like food include these yummy bakery scents. You can mix and match fragrances to resemble recipes.

Stripteasing for each other is a good way to spice up your marriage.

Sexy music includes classical and pop options.

Lots of people wonder how lesbians have sex ... well, pretty much like anyone else. Here are some tips for better lesbian sex. Most of them generalize to any context of making love to a woman.

Mutual masturbation is one way to have sexual activity without having intercourse.

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Date: 2016-02-09 03:21 pm (UTC)
mdlbear: (poly-heart)
From: [personal profile] mdlbear

I'm a little surprised that the list of sexy classical music doesn't include Ravel's Boléro.

Or, for that matter, the final movement of The Rite of Spring

Re: Thank you!

Date: 2016-02-09 07:36 pm (UTC)
stardreamer: Meez headshot (Default)
From: [personal profile] stardreamer
The idea that someone else could tell me what's an erotic/sexy/romantic song for me seems ludicrous; like anything else connected with sex, that's an intensely individual thing. Looking at your list links only reinforces that impression. The classical songs are either opera (not my thing) or just music. The pop songs... most of them are unfamiliar, and the ones I have heard of I mostly don't care for; they're banal or boring.

After 30 years of contradancing, my romantic/sensual music is waltzes. And of course, some of that is because of the memories connected with that kind of music -- waltzing with my partner, flirting on the dance floor. But if you want to put me in the mood, that's what to play!

(Tangentially -- what kind of waltzing was Shiv doing that involved "hot and sweaty hands all over his body"? The basic ballroom position has very little actual contact!)


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