Between Your Legs

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Between Your Legs

I removed your silky panty
found myself face to face
with the promised land
a place of virginity lost
evaporating innocence
and childhood left behind

The place where old lovers
heartlessly came and went
Baby they never deserved her
this gift you share with me
forget those faceless names
cause I live for here and now

A place different from others
cause it’s the home of ecstasy
my paradise between your legs
she and I will enjoy a snug fit
as I worship your little treasure
a place I wish to live and die

 

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163 thoughts on “Between Your Legs

  1. Another winner, Andrew. I bow to the master of erotic poetry. πŸ™‚
    Regarding an above commentor–after posting my last poem, and thinking where my serialized novel was going, I did a little research about what WP considered “mature” content, and as bad as I hated to do it, flagged my blog as for mature audiences. Didn’t want to get in trouble with the WP police. You may consider doing the same.

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      • Not to me you were not, but I suppose we have to keep in mind that even young children can read our blog–AND people who think anything relating to sex is offensive. Or using curse words–which I do in fiction appearing on my blog. I did a web search for “how to mark your blog as mature”, and the first thing it pulled up is: Mature content–Support–WordPress.com. I clicked on that. It explains what they consider mature content, and at the end of the 2nd paragraph, you can click “here” to flag your blog as mature. There, I had to put in my website address, and I chose the 2nd option, This content should marked as mature, then clicked on continue. I wrote in the message box that this was my blog, and it contained sexual situations and strong language. I didn’t want to–it limits where you blog is visible, which I read below the click here–but from what I gathered, my blog, and yours, is intended for a mature audiences. You can even report what you consider to be an offensive blog there. I didn’t want to be booted off WordPress because of a “sensitive” person, so I flagged mine mature. I know a fellow blogger who was royally chewed out by someone who read his post (which was in no way offensive) because she thought his post unchristian, which he is! You never know what some people might do.

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          • Your Devil Girl Diaries would definitely be for mature. lol
            Andrew, you could set up a separate website/blog for yourself as author, post on it just writerly stuff. You could write a post to announce it to The Lonely Author’s followers so they could follow you there also if they wished. If you decide to go this way, let me know so I can pass on some things I learned the hard way– by screwing up–on starting up a second blog. As you know, sex sells, so if you cut out your erotic poems and stories, be prepared for fewer followers.

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            • I was expecting this. Laughing hard. I didn’t want to cut down on the days I post, but I had to for my sanity, my pending novels, and the sake of my marriage. The reading of 1100+ blogs is a full time job. I can’t begin to imagine a second blog. I have to find your email to cotinue this talk. I will tone some stuff down. I have been asked to duet and even guest post on other blogs, I can do that with friends and not offend on my page. But I will get back to you. Thanks you so much dear friend. I treasure you.

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  2. OMG! Amazing,so beautiful. I’ve never read words so delicated for explaining such a hot situation. This is art. Sorry because my english is not good enough to explain myself on a proper way, but just to say: es absolutamente genial!!

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  3. Some women do understand power of it… this treasure that is between womens legs… promise land and garden of sins I (and not only me) love and adore, juicy orchard of orgasmic pleasure… heaven scented like no other thing… my heaven I will always miss ;-D
    Oh it’s so deliciously poetically hot. I love, love it ❀ πŸ™‚

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  4. Very tastefully written my friend. Paying homage to the greatest place on earth. (According to all males) smiles. Much power the woman holds. How she uses it is up to her. I loved this. So so loved it. Very artfully written.

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  5. A man who appreciates everything his partner has to offer and who is interested in pleasing and protecting the joys of love. Sensual, honest and filled with love. Well-done, my friend!

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  6. Wow! Steamy! Hot! Sensual! Did it come easily? (Your poem of course! ) I would crack my brain yet I’m no way close… Not even 1%. Haha! πŸ˜„ I love love love this poem! ❀️❀️❀️

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  7. I must be so desensitized to sexual anything because there’s nothing shocking about this post. It’s not vulgar or crass or explicit. I’ve read very, very explicit thing in blogs. I’ve also written very sexually charged and bordering explicit things myself, especially when I was first discovering my insatiable lust. I’ve never thought to have to “warn” my audience, which I think is a bit silly. Porn ads pop up if you google something wrong, but Lord forbid someone read something sexually suggestive on a blog page. Seriously, do children actually search for websites to read?!? Sounds like a fairytale to me. Anyway, I guess some people have more followers and need to put up with more shit than others but in my humble opinion, I think the mature content flagging is silly. πŸ™„

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    • Thank you for sharing your thoughts. I always avoid trashiness & vulgarity. This write was a tribute to a special place that has ruined lives & caused scandals. If any child read mine or any other sexually explicit content the parent needs to share the blame for leaving the web page open or for not setting parental controls on their computer/tablet. You observant comments made me laugh, I do have to put up with quite a bit of crap. Thanks for sharing your thoughts and thanks for being a good friend.

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  8. Well I couldn’t read this in public (I saw it in public) for fear people would look over my shoulder and think I was .. what? I don’t know. I felt awkward to. So I read it later when I was working and yes, your word choice is fantastic and I really enjoyed this. Is it wrong to read such things? Why did I feel it was wrong. Aaah. You’re a ridiculously good writer. Keep em coming πŸ™‚

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