slowly, barely touching, warm breath over flesh.
His prolonging became unbearable,
her will weakening, her resolve diminishing.
Slowly, shyly, she opened herself a fraction to him.
He leaned in gently, caring, considerate at first,
not wanting to alarm or frighten, this her first time.
Then he became more insistent, more passionate.
She returned his ardor as he slipped in further,
wrestling together, slipping and sliding,
unrelenting, until she could stand no more.
mesmerizing, drawing her back.
They clung together, exploring the recesses, deliciously slick and wet,
his lust evident as his hands roamed over her body.
His tongue thrust in deeper, taking her breath away,
knowing that with this first kiss, she would be changed forever.
(c) Copyright 2016 Deva Shore
Australian writer Deva Shore is an award-winning short story author, poet and children’s writer whose work has been published worldwide. Her ten-minute play titled, ‘Why Mummy,’ has been produced in Sydney, Australia.
She also been a feature writer with Burial Day Books in the US and Little Raven Publishing in Australia.
Deva is a voracious writer writing in most genres. Secrets of the Tomb was written while completing her Diploma in Writing and Editing at Adult Education Centre in Melbourne, and published with World Castle Publishing in 2015.
Deva has three amazing daughters, four delightful grandchildren who are the loves of her life, and adores surf fishing with her partner Mick at their beachside haven.
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