Poem – Amanda Series – 03

The Amanda Series poems are written in iambic tetrameter similar to “Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening” by Robert Frost. Each verse (save the last) follows an a-a-b-a rhyming scheme, with the following verse’s a’s rhyming with that verse’s b, which is a chain rhyme. Overall, the rhyme scheme is AABA-BBCB-CCDC-DDDD.


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This lightly bronzed blonde with a sway in her hips
Approaches slowly a smile on her lips
As I lay here under the summer’s sun
I reflect how much I enjoy her beach trips

 

Her high energy lends itself to spark fun
My nimble fingers soon have her top undone
My lips explore her and she starts to heat
My kisses travel up till our lips become one

 

My tongue probes her mouth so warm and so sweet
My lips travel down to her mound and repeat
She writhes with pleasure as I spread her lips wide
Then I draw her up she’ll use my face as her seat

 

She arches back with my tongue deep inside
As the waves of pleasure refuse to subside
She pulses and grinds and enjoys the ride
Her climax explodes it has no room to hide

Poem – Amanda Series – 02

The Amanda Series poems are written in iambic tetrameter similar to “Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening” by Robert Frost. Each verse (save the last) follows an a-a-b-a rhyming scheme, with the following verse’s a’s rhyming with that verse’s b, which is a chain rhyme. Overall, the rhyme scheme is AABA-BBCB-CCDC-DDDD.


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She wears her clothes in a revealing style
Her tiger print bra elicited a smile
With a pendant that nests in her cleavage
It holds my gaze for an unhealthy while

 

See entices me back to her cage
Shedding layers she sets the stage
Once the hunter now I’m the quarry
And my interest is easy to gauge

 

She thrusts herself down upon me
Her passion flows through her freely
I consume her there her slim legs spread
Her climax sweeps her completely

 

Together we lay here in bed
Our public selves last night we shed
Not selves now, a union instead
As we rise to the new day ahead

Monday Status Update – Week 10

will_alan_site_10The limerick project is continuing with #tweet week. This week will focus on the trending topics of the day and see how this impacts traffic and other analytics. I’ll recap the Monday through Friday releases on this site weekly. As always you can keep up with the daily releases on my twitter feed: https://twitter.com/wastor64.

Last week saw the launch of a new series of poems; the Amanda, written in iambic tetrameter. One of these days I’m actually going to figure out just what the hell that is. I also posted the Lynda Carter essay, one #toplessTuesday tanka graphic poem, a Friday limerick recap, and of course the Monday status update.

So this is the current content pattern; Monday Status Update, Topless Tuesday Tanka, Wednesday “Something I Find Sexy” essay, and at least one poem on Thursday, looks like it will help to keep me on track.

As always, chime in with your comments and thank you for following along!

Poem – Amanda Series – 01

The Amanda Series poems are written in iambic tetrameter similar to “Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening” by Robert Frost. Each verse (save the last) follows an a-a-b-a rhyming scheme, with the following verse’s a’s rhyming with that verse’s b, which is a chain rhyme. Overall, the rhyme scheme is AABA-BBCB-CCDC-DDDD.


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Smiling and flashing her bright eyes

Over my face a look of surprise

I can help but stare at this beauty

Her name is Amanda I surmise

 

I offer her a glass of brandy

A liquor I find to be handy

We sit and drink each other in

Her blond curls are naturally sandy

 

Fantasies of unspeakable sin

As my eyes work their way down her skin

I’m taken in with her smooth flirting

Like a trap that’s been sprung from within

 

My lips peek her interest by kissing

My hands spark her desire by touching

My cock fuels her passion by throbbing

She’s complicit in this by yielding