Marvelous Sensations


  • Love

    Marvelous Sensations

    When he looks at me, it’s like a physical blow.  I sway a little, feel the heat rising, flushing my cheeks, and I can’t help but smile.


    It’s the effect of a crack of thunder, an unexpected glimpse of something amazing.


    I feel so special when he looks at me, touches me, absently puts his hand on my waist or the small of my back.


    I feel like I’m floating when he puts his hand on my cheek and kisses me.  His large warm hands, slightly rough, more touching me than guiding me, the feel of his lips on mine, soft gentle pressure, love pouring from every gesture.


    He turns his face and I absorb every detail of his profile, amazed at how this man can be so strong and powerful, yet treat me so gently.


    He makes me feel more treasured, loved, than I ever thought possible.  I love to make him laugh, thrill at the deep rumbling of his voice when he puts his mouth right next to my ear so only I can hear, his breath warm on my neck, his stubble catching my hair, his words caressing me.


    It’s so easy to lose myself in him completely, like I’m falling in slow motion, wrapped in joy.

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    jpmaster13 commented on Marvelous Sensations


    Aww, I love when people are inspired to write based on just how well another treats them. I usually only see negatives, I need to write more on themes like this. Thanks for the ispiration :) Love the poem.



    Oh, I'm so glad to see you liked it! And I would love to see what you write about a positive experience. I'm sure it will be fantastic!

    SuSpence commented on Marvelous Sensations


    Another amazing write no one seems to have taken the time to read! I have rarely seen such gentle brushstrokes of sensuality laced throughout a piece so artistically. Like monet playing with dark and lights. This was lovely. -Spence



    Ah, Spence, you have made my whole night! I will admit to getting a little teary-eyed when I read your kind words. Thank you so very much! It means the world to me.

    Poetry is when an emotion has found its thought and the thought has found words.

    Robert Frost (1875-1963) American Poet.

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