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The Virtuoso (Adults only please)

Posted on September 26, 2010 at 7:39 PM

The Virtuoso

He played her like

A finely tuned


Brought her to

Soaring ecstasy with

Voice and touch

Making sparks dance

Along nerve endings

Drew on her tongue

Until her mouth wept.

Stroking lower to savor slick,

Succulent,scented pink flesh

Until she cried out,

Every nerve singing for his possession,

Every cell desperate to join with him.


Attuned to each breath,

Sigh and moan,

He knew when to move,

How slow or fast,

How deep or shallow,

How hard,

When to be tender,

When to be rough.

Knew the balance of

Ferocity and pleasure,

Savagery and gentleness.


Exquisite thrust and draw

Of primal, carnal rumba

Cadence building to

Reverberating crescendo,

A finale rippling with waves of rapture



Categories: Brokenwing, Poetry & Lyric

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Reply George Spelvin
9:21 PM on September 26, 2010 
Looks like I inspired you, except in my case. it was a cello.

Only place that bothers me because it causes me to ask how many others have stated it simlarly. It's the part

Stroking lower to savor slick,
Succulent,scented pink flesh

You make a vagina seem so tame, when really it is not. Read Sexual Personae by Camille Paglia for inspiration in this regard.

Good job!
Reply Brandywine McArthur
10:51 PM on September 28, 2010 
???? you two....anyways I wrote something similiar to this when I was in my tweens. It was about masturbating with my readers using my pen and the flow of the ink. I always liked these sensual comparisons, I find them very smooth like flowing silk.
Reply Admin Frank
5:45 PM on September 29, 2010 
I deleted two comments.

Please refrain from back-and-forth arguing on someone's submission, thanks.
Reply Phil Neale
8:29 AM on October 3, 2010 
Very carefully written, a highly tuned piece of eroticism. Doug seems to like it as well.

Not to my particluar taste in literature, but the style was very artistic, when it could have been all to easy to go for the shock tactic.

Good stuff, lass.