Anatomy of a Brief Reunion (as told through haiku)

kisses hot and slow,

desperate tongues intertwine.

I’ve missed this so much.

🐞

fingers in my hair,

whispered words breathed in my ear:

“been thinking of you.”

🐞

start to unbutton.

shed clothing and pretences.

tonight is for us.

🐞

lay me on the bed.

let your tongue trace my body.

you’re so good, my love.

🐞

mouth upon my thigh.

I hold your head in my hands;

my heart is in yours

🐞

won’t let me touch you,

you want me at your mercy.

your willing victim

🐞

warm kiss on damp flesh,

protruding tongue laps and flicks,

my magma flowing

🐞

shouting out your name

with your face between my legs,

love your muffled moans

🐞

balance on forearms,

with your knees bent, hips forward.

slide yourself inside.

🐞

breathe each other’s breath.

our gazes lock together

see inside the soul

🐞

riding cresting waves,

undulations of pleasure.

our perfect merging.

🐞

hiding in your neck.

your head upon my shoulder.

dozing in your arms

🐞

sunrise early morn

we breakfast on each other

tea and sticky love

🐞

kisses at the door.

I’m missing you already:

you aren’t even gone.

🐞

lying here alone

I still smell you on my sheets

and can’t help but cry…

🍃

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Art: “Alone Together” by Alison Schmidt Carson (click picture for link)

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