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Jasmine And Gardenia Love
[417 words]
Sue (Sooz) Simpson
I'm thirty nine, recently single again. I have two boys Cli' (pronounced clee) Real name Christopher and Mark. I'm a care in the community nurse and formerly (when I was married) an occupational Therapist working with the mentally ill on a secure unit. I love reading and writing and meeting people. I hate offal, seafood and intolerance. I keep dog, cat, polecats, rats and reptiles. And for seven years ran the second largest reptile sanctuary in Britain. Apart from having my lads, I think that's probably the most worthwhile thing I've ever done. Writing wise, I've been the main fiction writer for Legends magazine for three years.And have two books published 'Lizard's Leap' published by Quillusers, and 'Better the Devil You Know' soon to be released by Bestbooks.Um I drive a knackered old Astra, and ride a two litre trike. I live in the lake district of England, and am happy. :-)
[January 2003]
[email protected]
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Jasmine And Gardenia Love
Sue (Sooz) Simpson

Come lay beside me my man.
Let me light a fire of love in your breast.
Come bathe in my moisture, you know that you can
let not your penis lay flaccid in rest
let me scribe with my tongue on your torso
`till your nipples are budded and tight,
you are so lovely, aroused even more so
and when lit by the red firelight.
Could I live, if I donít kiss your eyelid?
Suck the soft, loose flesh through my lips.
Roll my mouth to the tear duct and laughter line grid.
Feel your tensioning heat through my nipples and hips.
As your stiffening flesh seeks my contour,
with a will of itís own it doth seek
and it craves its admittance, it wants to explore
and my sex is a power and peak.
So I straddle your body a hand on each shoulder.
Rampant and wanton little bit bolder,ragged of breath
and heady of odour.
Effervescent of spirit like bubbling soda.
Eye to eye locked in a gaze we see
a volcanic fire of passion.and he
thrust with his hips and writhes like a tree,
that is torn in a wind from a tumultuous sea.
Itís time for the dance like a snake in a trance.
For the passion and need of fevered romance.
With pelvic muscle a grip like a python.
To squeeze you and milk you, eruption and siphon.
A motion as fluid as water and oil
As I ride you, and guide you,
and bring you to boil.
Youíre calling my name and itís wicked and wild.
Iím woman, Iím temptress, Iím siren, Iím child
Your shaft is sheathed in my sex in my fold
your nails in my buttocks as you buck and you hold,
me to you.

My orgasm rises I arch my back.
Youíre deeply within me, I take up the slack.
and quicken the pace as our heartbeats pound
like horses galloping covering ground,
feeling the blood as it courses, and causes,
 the orgasms force
as it bursts and it pauses then crescendo.
Oh Baby Iím Comming itís here
My moisture anoints you, my lover, my dear,
Aaahhh me too, Oh Honey, sweet Jesus
A sigh then silence,a moment to please us.
sated and spent I wilt to his chest
tease the hair with my finger, at peace and at rest
I lay in his arm and he kisses my head,
and the sweat tells itís tale in the tousled bed
I tell the stars and the Moon above
We made Jasmine and Gardenia love.



"Hmm, the "doth" sits a little awkwardly. But then who's bothered - it's no crime. " -- Fergus O'Ferguson.
"Hello Fergus me old mate. Ugh ... actually I didn't hate this one as much as some of the others and re-worked it. Thanks :-) " -- Sooz, Dalton-in-Furness, England, Cumbria.
"Excellently rendered work." -- Banjo Man.
"Thank-you, glad you liked it. " -- Sooz, Dalton-in-Furness, England, Cumbria.
"Monkey seriously unhappy. Storymania administration deleted my poem for no reason, only because I friends with JA St.George. He was right, they delete everything. They blow. Wanted to tell ya here, because they'll probably erase it everywhere else, and I wanted you to know why I'd "disappeared." Methinks that St.George was right, and they do fear him, and anyone he be nice to. They blow, just wanted ya to know, because you a nice lady. Ooo Ooo Ooo." -- KungFu Gibbon.
"I know where you're coming from man, the moron and/or morons who run this place piss everybody off. The site is difficult to use, most of my posts come out in bright colors that are impossible to read, that's of course when the administration isn't deleting people's work and posts. Then they have the nerve to say you can post just about anything here, when we know that's not true. I mean look at the number of works that get deleted that no one even realizes were on the board. The the ole administration denies they were ever there, or makes up some lie to cover there own ass, and usually their reason makes me laugh because it's such a lame excuse. This place used to be teeming with writers and reviewers of all sorts just a few years ago... can't imagine why they're not here anymore (dripping with sarcasm). If you want contact me at [email protected]" -- Anonymous.
"Hey KungFu, or anybody else, if you're looking for a better site, might I suggest the Writer's Digest.com. They're the one's that produce the magazine that many of us writers use as our bible. I'm finding it to be a valuable resource, but they also have links to many other great writing sites that don't give you quite the same grief that Storymania does. You need to remember KungFu that this place is basically just a place to show off your work, and that's it, it's not really a writing site, like St.George was saying it's exclusive and since they are simply and solely a business dedicated only to themselves they can snobbishly throw out anybody they want. However, I like it because I'm just looking to post my work and hopefully catch the attention of a publisher with a work that is automatically e-copyrighted. I don't require reviews that I know I'll never get, or poor ones, and I don't bother with the rest of the site. Take care KungFu, that was a pretty funny poem, too bad that nobody'll ever know." -- Tim.
"But did you like the poem?" -- Sooz, Dalton-in-Furness, England, Cumbria.
"Well, if you're talking to me Sooz, then yeah I liked the poem. Like I said I thought it was hilarious. Now if you're suggesting that the administration delteted it because "they" didn't like it, then you are proving what so many other people have been saying all along. Imagine if they don't like a peice that you write Sooz, and then the next thing you know, all traces of Sooz are gone. I'm expecting it to happen to my work, which would royally piss me off just like these other guys and gals. I mean why did they delete, because it was about Coco Puffs, hell the guy didn't even spell it right, or maybe they didn't like bunny terds? Who knows? P.S. if you're talking about did I like your poem then ya I guess I did, though I really only came here to comment on this thread, since ya know that when there are five + reviews that usually means that a work is really great or people are having a discussion." -- Tim.
"Nice work all around Sooz. And for the thread here that just wasn't right what they did to KungFu, I thought they were trying to get more writers to come here, but by their actions it sure doesn't look that way." -- Christina P..
"A vehement torrid account of love...a f**king beautiful poem...congratulations" -- salai.
"Sooz, "Return of the Hellcat" was an outstanding example of creative short fiction, now this poem is just as dynamic and powerful, as I said before I only wish I could write like this. Excellent piece of work! " -- Monte.
"Who the hell is this KungFu Gibbon. There ain't no record of a KungFu Gibbon ever having used this site let alone posted some poem. I also wanted to correct the dumb s.o.b. who spelled it wrong too, it's Cocoa Puffs." -- Butte S. McKraken.
"An insight of poly-drenched haze on windswept mind journeys." -- Author of Teeth.
"God I hate poets they're so damned pretentious, what the Fv(k is "insight of poly-drenched haze on windswept mind jouryneys" is that supposed to be a compliment or insult? " -- Anonymous.
"Yeah, and like you're so much better Anonymous, you wouldn't know great poetry like that of Sooz Simpson and Fergus O'Ferguson if it bit you in the hind quarters. Since you fail to understand the meaning of such poetic language it only goes to show how dim you truly are. Why don't you just leave, no one wants someone so ignorant about." -- Name Withheld.
"Please don't be mad at me too Name Withheld, but I don't really understand what it means either, despite a love of poetry." -- Christina P..
"I read the poem, and I liked it a lot. I also read the reviews, and I'm not a little confused. I'm new here. Could someone please explain it to me?" -- Pearl.
"In regards to Butte's question, there's no evidence of KungFu Gibbon ever having been here, becasuse Storymania erased it all, isn't that right Sooz, I mean you saw it too." -- Kym Kendrick.
"Sooz denies everything. She always side with Storymania administration no matter how bad they get. Sooz probably is Storymania Administration. Me eat Sooz too!" -- Grunt Woggler.
"Hey! We'll have no eating of Sooz here pal. I thought this board was to be free of sexual inuendo. Hee! hee! hee!" -- Tim.
"For heaven's sake people, stop with all the reviews. If St.George were still here he'd kick all of your asses for wasting so much space with non-critiques. Since he ain't here I guess I'll have to do it, then quietly mosey along myself. After this message I want to only see critiques/raves/jeers or I'll hunt you all down like dogs." -- Kym Kendrick.
"Who the hell you lady to tell Grunt what to do? Me eat you too. Yum, yum, schlorp!" -- Grunt Woggler.
"Olde Sergeiís Review: Marvelous" -- Cam Davis.
"Thank you :-)" -- Sooz, Dalton-in-Furness, England, Cumbria.


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