Kissing, full body contact, legs interlaced, moving slowly, pleasure increases.
Sitting up, moving so that clit to clit is enjoyed.
Weight back on arms, so that more pressure can be applied.
So warm, so wet, so welcome.
Laying back now, both on our backs, remembering her pleasure as I forget mine, then forgetting hers as I lose myself in mine. Arms grasped around legs for more leverage, juices flowing freely, soaking the bed.
Hearing her moan makes me want to see her.
Pulling myself up, still gyrating, her legs in a double V, I am almost kneeling, one knee near her ribs, one under her leg, hands on her breasts as I lower myself, slowly to kiss her mouth.
Laying right on her as I kiss her jaw, nibble her ear, then bite her neck.
Upright again, now one heel against her rosebud, sole of the other foot down by her head, the most intense yet, clit to clit, labia to labia, entranceway to entranceway, our juices mixing completely, never been so wet, either of us.
No sense of decorum as both of us thrust wildly, moaning madly, then drowning in eyes as she comes, wild-eyed, screaming huskily.
She bites my foot.
I turn slightly to rest my head on her knee, my back towards her just for a moment, it is too long to be away away, so I turn and lower myself to kiss her mouth as she pants for breath.
Then leg moves to leg, and we are side by side again, still kissing, still touching, I move her hair from her face and kiss her all over.
We should be spent but we start again, kissing deeply…
Cleverly disguised as a middle-aged non-descript librarian type, PW Zellie glides through life, unremarked upon but grinning slyly, enjoying all the yummy secrets.
text © PW Zelli 2017
photography © Jennifer Weihmann
used with permission; ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
ABOUT THE PROJECT:
SCREW CHOCOLATE: 14 Queer Valentines To Help You Survive February 14 is a collaborative project by YYC Queer Writers. We get together intermittently to… write. Also, laud our lovers. Commiserate about our exes. Read each other what we wrote. Explain what we want to write. Try to justify why we aren’t writing it. Go home and write it. Come back. Share it… repeat.
Valentine 1: Mountains & Moments by T
Valentine 2:Karma, in Pronouns by Marzena Czarnecka
Valentine 3: The Long Commute by L. Sara Bysterveld
Valentine 4: It Happens Like This by Dana Stan
Valentine 5: Try by M. Jane Colette
Valentine 6: Sunrise by Brooke Nicholas
Valentine 7: Want by T
Valentine 8: Get The Fuck Up & Love by Dallas Barnes
Valentine 9: Elizabeth by Nola Sarina
Valentine 10: Instructions by PW Zelli
Valentine 11: Unmentionables by Alyssa Linn Palmer
Valentine 12: The Shy Girl’s Guide to Sexting by M. Jane Colette
Valentine 13: Delivery by Elisa Kae
Valentine 14: Alter Ego In A Red Tie by Lotis Cervantes