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Queer Love Poems Day #7: sweet boy by sossity chiricuzio

Posted on Feb 13, 2012 in Blog, Gender, LGBTQ, Literature, Sexuality, Writing | 0 comments

sweet boy

rolling together
tangled in kissing
and a teenage feeling
giggling
between the sighs
nerve endings alight
like those first brushes
with lust
and possibility
just this side
of gambling
on vulnerable
feeling the
electric tingle
that fills the air
like ozone
when role play
lays in reach
so easy to
slip into character
with you

the gift you give
not just the rush
of pleasure
outlining every move
of you
against me
but how your
teenage boy
gives me back
my flesh
with the game of
can i please?
every time you ask
you erase
shame soaked
fingerprints
of the ones
who never did
never cared
who grabbed
and gobbled
like i was fast food
wolfing me down
no thought for my flavors
or pleasure
in the meal
leaving me
the empty hole
that was all they saw.

you, sweet boy
convince me
soften me
wait and wait
for the yes
until i am soaked
seduced
by sincerity
and sweetness
falling into your hands
like ripe fruit
held in your mouth
like ambrosia
and your eyes
reflect beauty
gazing at me
waiting
waiting
for my yes
not begging
but softly pleading
for what desire
promises
and your tender heart
delivers
open handed
eager
respectful

copyright 2011 sossity o chiricuzio
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Previous Poems:

Queer Love Poem Day #1: Not Having a Smoke with You by Lillie Craw

Queer Love Poem Day #2: Two Poems by Blaine Marchand

Queer Love Poem Day #3: porch kitty & this too by Alysia Angel

Queer Love Poem Day #4: Kite String and Keys by Blythe Baldwin

Queer Love Poetry Day #5: Valentine to My Unknown Lover by Linda Lenzke

Queer Love Poetry Day 6: Studies for a Poem About Seduction by Jill Leininger

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