Saturation
by A.J. Huffman


Silken drops slide down his chest.

Racing.  With or against the desire

of my palms to stretch their slither

into his . . . breath catches.  Faster.

Faltering at his navel.  The finish

cannot come.  Too soon.  Circling

back, my breasts join the basting.  

Weaving.  Winding.  Until our bodies

slip -- his lock finding the fit

of my . . . key the heat that resides

wholly inside this dance.  As the moon

moves us through the levels of

seduction's appetite.




Uncertain Delight



His tongue was pressed

against my breast.

And I couldn’t breathe.

I didn’t want to shiver.

And split his soul from mine.

The seam was that fragile.

That perfect.

Like a kiss --

our kiss --

caught.

In the moment it gave up

our breath.
About A.J. Huffman:
A.J. Huffman is a poet and freelance writer in Daytona Beach, Florida.  She has
previously published her work in literary journals, in the U.K. as well as America,
such as Avon Literary Intelligencer, Eastern Rainbow, Medicinal Purposes
Literary Review, The Intercultural Writer's Review, Icon, Writer's Gazette, and The
Penwood Review. Her first full-length poetry collection, "
The Difference Between
Shadows And Stars," is available now at amazon.com.  
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