PAINTING A PHANTOM FIGURE

I am feeling myself right now and I have to put this out there u feel me! Women R like wine! It just gets better with time. I should say we men also get better. I have to say it, we mature. Here we go

PAINTING A PHANTOM FIGURE

Ghostly feeling, I get with this admiration of my touch

pressed against my own flesh…

I send emotions of my own frustration of standing alone

squeezing my body as my eyes strave 2 desire this…..this

PHANTOM FIGURE..

As I imagine kissing her mouth, breathing n all of her existence

My canvas UR body, My hand the brush 2 paint a silhouette of

a statue of U standing N front of me.

Body CURVIOUS, MAGNIFICANT, an Artist would take months 2 paint what

he sees, a seduction of a tigress….

A sign of what is 2 B, but knows what there is 2 release this

PHANTOM FIGURE mind of mine…

Molding my fantasy of how I encounter the hunger

of this PHANTOM FIGURE

Gripping her power 2 B as I felt her cling on 2 me. I sat

down with her weight on top of me, as if I was PREY

she just captured… A sigh of fear is upon my eyes

I gaze N 2 her TRUE essence of her soul HER EYES

the coloration of her body starts 2 form

I reach up & put her head N 2 the pillow, I begin

her pleasure with my mouth 2 her ankles 2 her feet

back of the knees she will define waves of water with

each quivering moment of her body that this task is complete..

My PHANTOM FIGURE JUST A FIGURE OF MY OWN

IMAGINATION…THIS IS HOW I SEE U WHEN U R NOT

STANDING NAKED N FRONT OF ME………

DISROBE…LET ME SEE MY REAL PHANTOM FIGURE NAKED B 4 ME..

(MUSIC US Vs. THE WORLD FABOLOUS C BREEZY TEYANA TAYLOR)

WRITTEN IN 10/25/2007

Wicked Wednesday

9 thoughts on “PAINTING A PHANTOM FIGURE

  1. I linked your post to the Interlinkz party Stefvon, but I had an email from the organizers asking if you would put the Wicked Wednesday badge on your post. Please take a look at the link I sent you earlier.

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  2. I like the idea of seeing a phantom figure of a lover 🙂
    Thank you for joining in with Wicked Wednesday. Looking forward to read more of you.
    ~ Marie

    PS: Let me know if you need help to put the Wicked Wednesday button on your post.

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      1. Go to wickedwednesday.net, click on ‘Wicked Rules’ in the menu and scroll down to the Wicked Wednesday logo. Copy the text under it with the copy button to the right of the text box. Go back to your blog post, and add it as html. If you use the block editor you add a block ‘custom html’ and past the code in the block, and if you are using the classic editor, you click on the tab html and paste the code there.
        Alternatively you can copy the button and paste it in your post as an image, and then add a link back to the Wicked Wednesday site.

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      2. Hi Stefvon, to put your poetry on Wicked Wednesday you have to wait for the Saturday at noon Amsterdam time, for the link tool to open. It stays open until the afternoon of the Thursday after. You are then allowed to link one post. All you do is to go to the Wicked Wednesday site, click on the last post, scroll down to the end of the post and there you see the link tool. Click ‘Add link’, and paste the link to your post there, click in the next box and it will automatically retrieve the title of your post. Then click ‘save’. If you don’t have an account on InLinkz yet, you will have to create one first. It’s free. When your link is added, you click ‘done’ and the thumbnail and link to your post will appear with the others.

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