Naked Sin


Smooth, smooth, smooth
she whispers words
I love to hear
breathed soft
upon a sigh.

She comes close.
As close as moistened kisses
are to skin from the
soaked satin petals
of a rose.

with all the ease and
tenderness of La Luna’s
softest glow
she sways as I gaze in
admiration upon her
jewel encrusted gown.

She sparkles
shakes her hips and shimmers
using all her feminine wiles
to entice.

Lures me in
soaks me up and breathes me
So much so, I yearn to
swim inside the deepest
undulating waves of
her warmth and
naked sin.


© Daydreamertoo        *All rights reserved


You can interpret this however you wish. I believe you can make anything and everything sensual without being smutty, using any bad language or porn and, I do love to go swimming. *winks

Author: Daydreamer

I live on a beautiful island in Atlantic Canada.

16 thoughts on “Naked Sin”

  1. Beautiful, passionate, and yes, nothing at all smutty about it, Bren. Just words filled with emotion.

  2. This was so lovely…though I saw it as a seductive something happening in the poem….and only realized it COULD be the sea….from the first comment.

    went back and yep…interpertation is open to the eyes and mind of the reader.

    But it’s got a great shake to it! Enjoyed this poem mightily.

    Lady Nyo

  3. “Lures me in
    soaks me up and breathes me…” another stunning one Daydreamer, love your way with words 🙂

  4. Wow, I have to tell you, this really came through loud and clear. You were having an in-depth sexual tsunami moment here, and every bit of it is heard. Wish Neruda could have read this – he would have translated it into la espanol. I believe there is a time and place for all of us to “swim” in our intimacy, and you need not apologize for that. The “soaked satin petals of a rose” just melted me. Great work! Amy

  5. Your poetry is very sensual here and does indeed flow like a river. I definitely like the way you’ve shown us and not told us…


  6. Laughing…when I first read this, I was like…mmm…a vivid, sensual write. Then when I read your note & reread the poem, I realized you were talking about the sea. Either way, your words tantalize my soul!


    I’m here:
    Make Sweet Love To Me

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