Sonnet 235

Do you recall betwixt those smoldering sheets
Where passioned loins did oft ignite a fire,
Amorous eyes that burned in lust replete
Hot breath that reeked in purloined sweet desire?
So there to hold your fervor in my arms
And feel the sear of raging ravenous thighs
Drawn in so deep into the cauldron’s charm
There spasm quenched, amidst your scorching cries;
And sweat on sweat the pyre now assuaged,
Two heaving breasts like seething bellows roar,
Yet craving hands implore that love spent swage
To raise and ream the steaming rent once more.
Then ardor spent, no embers left to quell;
Braised this to glow of heaven and sweet hell.

© Loubert S Suddaby. All Rights Reserved.

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