Wager ballad

Uploaded by Oscar Stuta

She only knew she was impelled by some force greater than her will.
Touching her lips that warm her flash.
Merely touching them wasn’t enough.
She was drowning in a wealth of sensations.
The salt maleness she could taste beneath her mouth.

The heady scent of the feeling.
Her need if him so compulsive she could breath.
Until his tongue found the sensitive cord in her neck.
As the storm raged outside.
A pulse beat tensely against his jaw.
Feeling the clenched tension if his skin as he swallowed.

Muttering something she couldn’t decipher.
Her protest muffled beneath the burning possession of his mouth.
She felt the kiss that had none the sophistication from ealiear kiss.
Her thumb probing the softness of his lips.
His gaze made her shake with need.

Her heart ached to hear words of love.
How would she feel?
When her soul cried out for more talk than that offered by his body.
Like someone trapped In a dream she let her imagination go wild.
Bemused by his brain her eyes followed the progress.
The pounding surf echoed by the heavy this of her own heart.
Having a desperate need to escape the intimacy.

Impelled by her own treacherous need of desire.
Her eyes dilating in sudden shock at the intimate contact of his body.
Eyes locked in a bitter dual of love.
Spiralling waves of pleasure thudded through her.
She would feel this earthy sensual need to have her body ripen with a man”s seed.
Although she had always like kids.

Finally she found out she was a won bet.
All of what happen was not real it was faked?
Her heart slowly started to bleed.
Tears of motion run through her aching body.
Easy way out for her was luking ahead of her.
She drowned if a flood of betrayal and sadness.
It was her last time she was even seen alive.
All the flame that burned his body consumed her in a flame that could not be put out.

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