The Orgy

Posted: 2014/01/26 in Erotic, Fantasy, Poetry

A flash of flesh, a wink of pink,

pale thighs, surging bosoms,

undulating bottoms,

and lips against lips,

and eyes,

steamy, needy,

aglitter, agleam,

ripe, rife

with erotic radiance,

and heat, and passion,

and charged desire

like batteries.

 

We danced like drunkards

drunk of love and lovemaking,

and the music!

 

Inflamed souls sank

between long legs,

and behind bended bottoms,

grasping necks stretched

and hairs wild;

breathless screams

and impassioned grunts

escaped gasping mouths

and taut muscles

sweaty in the random,

blinking,

shadowy fluorescence.

 

The music played,

the moment seethed,

and we boiled!

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Comments
  1. dweezer19 says:

    Sounds pretty accurate to me….

  2. I think they called it bacchanalia in the old, old days!! It was a mystical event!! as is your poem!!

    • Peter Nena says:

      I didn’t know it was called bacchanalia. But once I watched a documentary about Roman orgies of old. Something about Dionysus, the god of ecstasy, wines, grapes, etc. The god of indulgence.

      • that’s the one!!! I visited Pompeii in Italy once. Bacchus and Dionysus are the same. Bacchus is Roman, Dion is the Greek name. I read a bit about it. Those old Romans loved their parties and they all had lead poisoning too from storing their wine in barrels that had lead residues etc. or so they say!! – the madness of the Emperors who were a bunch of shameless winos. lol.

    • Peter Nena says:

      And when they were not drinking and screwing their brains out they threw criminals to hungry lions and then cheered excitedly. Weird fellows.

  3. Esther Lopez says:

    If one day you read Quo Vadis you will have a different concept of a bacchanalia. It is the contrast between the extreme catholic and the wild orgy of some uncontrolled romans at charge of the government. Not sure if it is about charged batteries but I am afraid it is more with the over-exess of some substances. Some of them created by the bodies.

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