Heartbeat races, goosebumps rise, skin starting to flush.
Breath becomes ragged, pupils dilate, cheeks pinken and blush.
Lips tremble, then open, tongue teasing their flesh,
nipples pucker and harden.
Our sexes will moisten, beads of pearl glistening
like dew drops dappling a garden.
Pulses will quicken, muscles they tense, fires blaze in the cells,
A dance, a poem, a sweet kind of poker,
these are the body’s tells.