A Moment to Remember by Shantelle ‘Elle’ McLin

 

If I could reminisce the morning

When the heat turned up

The mood was ever so gentle

His kisses heightened ever peak

When stimulation furled, and curled my toes

Ah because…

It was a moment to remember

 

If I could reminisce the morning

That dance beneath the sheets

That scurried everything onto the floor

That left me in flames and wanting more

The intensity of his touch…

I would because…

It was a moment to remember

 

If I could reminisce the morning

That left me tangled in sheets

Feeling a splendid high

With trembles up my thighs

I would lock that memory in forever

Because…

Ah, it was a moment to remember

 

© Shantelle ‘Elle’ McLin

Beyond Nursery Rhymes

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Excerpt from the book Beyond Nursery Rhymes; Real Life Tales

$14.95 Plus Shipping ~ Available at CTU Publishing Group and Amazon.com


Elle About the Author

Recreational writing began for this author at the age of 9 in journal formatting.  Her creativeness was sparked in Middle school during a notable visit to the library with her best friend. With an outdated range of selections, she instantly identified with the poets’ generations before her; she had found her outlet. While facing great personal difficulties, Elle treated poetry as a feel-good remedy to her melancholic episodes. This would become freeing to a young and timid adolescent, as she discovered her voice. Writing would become a soother and her pen, a microphone to express her challenges.

Visit Elle’s Author Page At www.ctupublishinggroup.com/shantelle-elle-mclin.html



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