I remember an October night
On the golf course with you
We laid on our backs and stared at the sky
You told me of our home
Where we’d come from and why
We were fated to be…
You held my hand so tight
As we talked through that night
Then you kissed me and I kissed you back.
Your hands slid to my shorts
And I gasped out your name
“I love you, Lady,” you whispered…
Breathless, I could not reply.
You pulled off my shorts and my
Pale yellow panties – I shivered,
I trembled, this was all so new
To me – but you knew what to do,
And again you staked your claim on my soul.
You slid down my body,
Dropping kisses as you went,
Murmuring something about peaches
And the wonderful scent of me.
My hands found your hair as
I gasped, repeatedly, for air
Your tongue touched my thigh and
Your name escaped me on a sigh
Then your mouth’s focus changed –
I shuddered, I cried and I came,
This time nearly screaming
You looked up at me,
As proud as could be –
With that wolfish smile I adore.
I smiled back at you, said
“I love you, too”, and then
Fell back, staring up at our home.