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Sin and Tonic by hate_doll
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Sin and Tonic

By hate_doll

Black nails trace
Sinful indulgences
On to milky flesh
Waning numbness

Silky voice
Muttering memories
Into the depth of being
Isolating inhibitions

"take me"

Weaving desire
Into curls
Of cigarette smoke
Lingering on stale lips

Rendering temptation
From carnal wishes
Let this be the time
Resistance is wrong

"let me"

Velvet eyes
Seclude me
In the mists
Of feral breaths

Seeping underneath
Pleasant agression
Feeding the fire
To wanton movements

"Make me"

Dangerous trysts
Shrouded in mystery
Hung by lost purity
Entertained by passion

Angelic succubus
Sipping ripened lust
Heating livened desires
And seducing words

"Drink me"


...whytt*04

{I'uno...}

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Copyright 2004 hate_doll
Published on Wednesday, March 17, 2004.     Filed under: "Poetry"
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Comments on "Sin and Tonic"

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  • A former member wrote: this was awsome. i loved it

  • Bella Butchery On Thursday, January 25, 2007, Bella Butchery (777)By person wrote:

    ok, yeah, you go on favs for sure...

  • blackdarkness On Wednesday, July 12, 2006, blackdarkness (249)By person wrote:

    I stoped by to check on you love, and i am glad i did.....;)

  • Lord Kalgalath On Monday, June 28, 2004, Lord Kalgalath (188)By person wrote:

    as sensual and lulling as any opiate...great...(i know i commented before i felt the need to do so again)

  • Blood of Winter On Wednesday, June 9, 2004, Blood of Winter (321)By person wrote:

    Now Whytt, I would have to say this is the sexxxiest thing I have ever read...it's as if these words are a sensual hand running delicately erotic fingers the length of my mind

  • A former member wrote: not just any cigarette will do here, it must be a bong so i can get back to reading more. damn this is outstanding dear. well done, very well done

  • flying_fox On Thursday, March 25, 2004, flying_fox (636)By person wrote:

    this was sensual, sultry...seductive. All those great 's' words! *wooh* Think I need a cigarette now... Fox

  • Ravenblade On Saturday, March 20, 2004, Ravenblade (364)By person wrote:

    Very seductive write, with great imagery...poems like these and the ones that remind me of my past are why I fell in love with your poetry...way to continue impressing me...

  • Lynaes On Thursday, March 18, 2004, Lynaes (889)By person wrote:

    Wow, very seductive, real and raw. I loved the flow and the wording, paints an extremely vivid picture. Awesome write. ~L

  • OLd SouL On Thursday, March 18, 2004, OLd SouL (841)By person wrote:

    I need to find a bunny. :::OLd

  • Mademoiselle_Minx On Thursday, March 18, 2004, Mademoiselle_Minx (112)By person wrote:

    Ooh your back on your yummy seductive writing...Ah I love spring, I agree with nell. Hate, this is awesome, Id love someone I know to read this...rekindle memories...mmm x

  • Mistress Morbid On Thursday, March 18, 2004, Mistress Morbid (472)By person wrote:

    jesus fuckin h christ! This is so awesome....I could only dream of this....=) Morb

  • capt_funguy On Thursday, March 18, 2004, capt_funguy (821)By person wrote:

    cool title , , and " in the mists of feral breaths" was fuckin' great .... has a spoken feel to it somehow .. like a breathy whisper ... loved it ... funguy

  • nell On Wednesday, March 17, 2004, nell (297)By person wrote:

    ahh spring is definatly in the air with all these sensual poems being written, t'is the time to fuck like bunnies, this was so dark, deep and sexy, wicked write

  • Lord Kalgalath On Wednesday, March 17, 2004, Lord Kalgalath (188)By person wrote:

    ooo...i like it i like it..very sultry dim and is that a hint of decadence..?


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