Your Satisfying Mountain
by Ken Scott

My fairest ladylove,
your massively pendulous torso-sized bosom
is my personal mountain of lifelong orgasmic fulfillment.
Yours is the most exquisite of all feminine beauty,
constantly enticing me to your passionate bed of faithful loves,
your massive bosom profoundly embracing me
for numerous hours of sublime ecstasy.
My love for you will always abide
as I plunge my virile passion deep inside
the undulating valley of your satisfying mountain,
your bosom passionately drinking my bursting fountain.
The sweet melodies of your blissful voice enrapture me
as your peaceful embrace comforts me wonderfully.
Such joy in my heart, as we both imagine being joined together
in faithful lifelong love, amorous love, passionate love,
your massive, mountainous bosom eagerly satisfying me
with her numerous hours of delicious ecstasy,
my fairest ladylove.
About Ken Scott:
Ken Scott has been writing since 1982, beginning within his High School years.  In
addition to his writing career, he holds a Bachelors Degree in Computer Science, plays
and composes for piano, works with MIDI-compatible musical equipment, works with
computer-graphics art, and is currently part of a financial services team.

Several of Mr. Scott’s works have already appeared in print.

The poem “Uninhibited Earth-Mother” was published in the full-figured, large person’s
magazine “Dimensions” (April/May 1996), the poem “Mountains of Love” was published
in the adults-only big-breast magazine “D-Cup” (August 1997), the poem “Embryo
Escapes Net-Profit” was published in the anthology “Saturday Afternoon Journal” (1998,
No.13, “Flashback”), and the poem “Son of GOD, Son of Man” was published in the
anthology “ONYX SPOKEN WORD: A Celebration of the L.A. Scene” (1999).  Numerous
other poems and graphics falling into the genre of "big-breast erotica" can be found at
Mr. Scott's blog, "Cafe Bosom" <>.  Mr. Scott currently
lives and works in Los Angeles, California.
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