INTIMACY

We ignored cats eyes
as we drove through drying-out puddles,
and into a fabric of a peachy night.
My toes on the dashboard
and too-fast beating hearts
were only few pieces of this short story.
Your tongue
turned into a thief of my kisses,
and in return,
I gave you my mouth
as a finger-sucking monster.
Hipbones, pressed hard against the leather.
Shadows, flickering on our faces,
in the light of passing cars.
They stopped for a second to watch us,
just like our heartbeats did,
every time my neck got bitten
by you.
We woke up in separate beds,
but we both knew, it isn’t an illusion
of how good our love is,
when mixed together.
I burn your oxygen, while you replace mine –
a constant stream of perfect love drops.
My shyness was paper-white and angelic,
until you spoiled it.
Like a hunter spoils feathers of the swan,
marking them red.
With a bullet.

– Chatty Owl –

It has been 4 years since I joined WordPress. It has been such a blast. I’m honoured to have met all of you. Thanks for staying so awesome!

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51 thoughts on “INTIMACY

  1. redjim99 says:

    Two parts as the best of a good thing,

    “Your tongue
    turned into a thief of my kisses,
    and in return,
    I gave you my mouth
    as a finger-socking monster.”

    Did you mean sucking?

    Shadows, flickering on our faces,
    in the light of passing cars.
    They stopped for a second to watch us,
    just like our heartbeats did,
    every time my neck got bitten
    by you.

    So emotive this section, brilliant all round.

    Jim

    • Chatty Owl says:

      First of all, big smiles to see you stop by and taking your time to read my drivel. Brings joy to my heart.
      Thanks so much for noticing the typo!!!!! Yes, so-su πŸ™‚
      Im grateful for your comment. Honoured.

  2. momentswithmillie says:

    This is a work of sensual art. I love it. I once had a lover who taught me what intimacy is because I would never give all of myself completely. He said, “Darling, you must give of yourself because intimacy is “into me you see.” I’ve never forgotten that. You bring joy into my heart with your posts. Thank you!

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