Reticent Mental Property

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Touch

prettygirlsandbourbon:</p><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /> <p>Pretty Girls &amp; Bourbon<br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br />

You are so compelling, so charming.

You sway me, easily, with your enthusiasm

as the sweet talk of your fingertip seduces my hand.

Your heart song strums the bones of my wrists,

tracing, dangerously playing your way into my head.

I want to dance for you…yes.

And to spin, twirl, to float-

with the certainty of impending pleasure.

I want to be what you need in that moment-

oh, so kissable.

And to me you may bring,

your mouth to my eyelids,

she strength of your hands to my face.

Cradled, caressed,  surrendering in graceful abandon,

collapsing in weak-kneed response,

all beginning with those kisses,

in rare treasured moments of

extended sensual connection.

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The world does not permit enough touch. It is regulated, watched, frowned upon. Little hugging, less kissing, all of us starving for sensual, touch-filled communication. And more. 

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#for Reticent Mental Property. Image from RetMP@tumblr.com with credit to PrettyGirlsAndBourbon.

7 comments on “Touch

  1. thruthemist
    January 22, 2015

    far too rare….and cautiously guarded lest pleasure become a norm.

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  2. distantshipsmoke
    January 22, 2015

    It’s not only the world the frowns upon showing affection but our own inhibitions that leave us starving.

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  3. The Muscleheaded Blog
    January 23, 2015

    The world doesn’t GET a say. Be, touch, live.

    Like

  4. dievca
    January 24, 2015

    Some are so uncomfortable to touch that they turn away – but in their heart they crave it and think of it when alone. Maybe at some point the collected touches will explode out and be shared. Bringing joy to the original toucher and receptor alike.

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