HONEY by Chinonye J. Chidolue
Honey was the brown flames from your eyes
That ignited a burning desire inside of me
Stripping me off my garment of lies
To set the tortuous truth in me free…
Honey was the elasticity of my heart’s confusion,
When my belly craved your deep intrusion
When all my trust was placed in your thrust
Thoughts that fanned the flames of my “lustful” lust
Honey was nature, when you naturally beckoned
Affirming my yearning in your bearings
When you slowly mounted your lips on mine
Savouring my honeyed-tongue in rife
Honey was medicine, when my breast was your headrest
Making my nipples stand in stationary arrest
When your hands navigated my entire
In search of my orgasmic empire
Honey was the sweet taste of my painful strain
When your fingers danced in my rain
Smouldering my slippery terrain
Making my waves safe for the sail
Honey was pure, when your thirsty-tongue lapped
Up and down my honey-jar…
Gulping and sucking desperately
I found myself chanting “save me”
Honey was magical, when you ate me in little bits
Blowing wet whispers of painful sweetness
Like an electro-magnetic energy
My body bounced in higher frequencies
Honey was the firmness of your libido,
Fast-moving your body in limitless control
And as you brushed through my honey-spot
With every ride, I pleaded for deeper thrust
Honey was life, when our temperatures rose
From spanking and squirming and exciting howls,
When we finally escaped from delirium
To the highest degree of fatal equilibrium
“Horny” is me, in my mind’s recess
Back to this state of mindlessness
For my thoughts remain slave to retrospect,
–When my honey shall again quench your thirst.
She is inspired by life, people, dreams and ambitions which help to build her thoughts into motivational tools of self-development. She is the initiator of the Child Hero Project, and blogs at www.peregrinereads.org.
Little Dove! Unburden Yourself
by Ayeyemi T.K. Aswagaawy
My little lovely dove!
I want you.
I want to have you.
I want to see what’s beneath your gown.
Little dove! You’re overdressed.
Please! Unburden yourself.
Loose the belt,
Let the G-string rattle,
Open the path way,
Let me enter your water melon.
I go on, you moan,
I go off, you growl,
I go on and off, you sigh;
The weeds shriek,
The muscles gasp –
Rubbing one another,
The liquids shriek.
Let’s enjoy the pampers
Of their passages.
Let us screech
To their itch
And dance to their music.
Let’s play on and off the love;
You’ll be warm,
Your eyes will be blue,
Your lips will be red,
Your mind free and soft,
We will sweat out our fatigue and stress
To have a soothing relief.
Let my fingers access
Let me bury them there
And again and again
On and off!
Let me give you access
To my cucumber,
But sweaty and leak-able,
Milky and suck-able;
I’ll give it you, my little dove,
If you unburden yourself.
Open the Door
By Abdulbasit Abubakar Adamu
‘ S W E E T H E A R T’
This was all you could manage to say
As my hands traced through the lines of your body
To solve challenging quadratic equations
Your soft moan turns on the ringtones of my heart.
You make me want to write down
The words I feel about you
With my PEN
In the blank space between your legs.
I love this soft, round and firm twins
Lying seductively on your chest
They possess great magnetic forces
Pulling me in towards them.
I stare at your perfectly curved lips
Thinking of how to devour them
Like a little boy with a lollipop
Here I am at the door
Thinking of all I can do to you
All I want is for you to let me in.
Abdulbasit Abubakar Adamu Toto hails from Nassarawa State in Nigeria. He’s a young upcoming writer, Novelist, blogger, Poet and also a freelance Journalist. While growing up, writing was part of his life, what gave him pleasure and love. Abdulbasit is currently studying mass communication in AHMADU BELLO UNIVERSITY, ZARIA.