The Ultimate Sin


Relaxing in a country Inn
with plenty on my mind
sipping on gin with a great
big grin, I was destine
to make him mine.

An hour or two was sure to
prove true that he was up to
something, but he sat there
waiting while anticipating
hoping that I was too.

From across the room our
hearts were in tune guessing
what each one was thinking,
but if he only knew or had a
clue that I am going to
seduce him.

Our eyes were locked and he
was shocked to see what I had
for him, my lips were wet and
breasts erect oblivious to
anyone knowing.

I clinched my teeth around my
drink, finishing with
one last swallow, It didn't
take him long to see that I
was ready to follow.

We ended this night each with
delight,never to speak again
and I''ll always regret..but
never forget,that on this
night I committed a sin.

Comments:
 
penname   penname wrote
on 2/7/2009 5:02:47 AM
the setting of the scene and the images were superb. i like the fact that this poem focussed on the initital contact and the end unspoken and left to the reader's imagination that was built up by the preceding stanzas

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