Just one more…

Just one more tender kiss,
against the soft, sensitive skin under my chin,
the sweet spot on my wrist or the ticklish crook of my arm,
across my collarbone or the dip at the base of my throat,
on one or both of my soft, delicious breasts,
just above my belly button or lower,
on a different button.

Just one more wet, swirling lick,
over my delicate points that long for your attention,
even after enduring your luxurious torture,
against my swollen lips or inside their slippery folds,
deep inside my ever aching core or down further, still,
to venture where you’ve never gone before.

Just one more demanding pinch,
of my soft, round behind which never gets enough attention.

Just one more smack, …hurt me, please?

Just one more bite, …you know the spot.

Just one more command,
Just one more naughty word,
Just one more sweet name,
Just one more delectable taste,
Just one more exhilarating thrust.

Just one more rare occasion where you’re in charge, and I am not.

Just one more moment of being wanted by you.

Just one more minute where the only thing that matters to you is me.

Just one more second of being yours, in the most perfect way.

Just one more incredible release, that mixes our breath, essence, and soul.

Just one more…

kiss

Just one more hypnotic kiss, cuddled in your lap, my fingers tangled in your beard, and our hearts racing each other to “I love you’s.”

Just one more…

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24 thoughts on “Just one more…

  1. simply magnifique… HL=huge like! 🙂 glad to have come across your awesome blog… my very best, tons of inspiration and a positive week! cheers, Mél-B 🙂

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  2. one more, one more, and yes one more
    howls, howling, HATFM more and more
    cara’Mel, love this…
    desire filling 😉

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    1. I’m not an expert. I can only speak for myself. I’ve been highly sexual since before I even understood why it felt good, “down there”. So, during times when I did feel a lull in my libido, it concerned me and I researched the heck out of it. Hormones, specifically Estrogen Dominance is a real problem for a lot of women. I also KNOW that when you don’t use it, you lose it. Attitude is important. But lack of libido is a symptom, not the actual illness. Human beings are sexually driven creatures. Those who aren’t should try to figure out why their body is failing them.

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      1. Thanks Mel. I had a feeling that sex-toy usage can cause a dulling of senses as well as, as the article mentions, just simply being slammed by as many guys as a girl can; it may wear one a girl’s attitude and body. I’ve noticed many women who I’ve known to be feminine and sexy become hags before their time, this was what they had in common.

        You may be different in that you are married and had a child, thus fulfilling your social and biological destiny, and are free to “play” so to speak. Am I missing anything?

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      2. I don’t know, DieCast. I am not one of those woman discussed in that article. I know plenty of women like me, married, mid-life, and still horny as ever. I also know several ladies over fifty whose libido rivals mine.

        Even those who don’t, however, do not deserve to be called hags. No, I don’t believe they have been “used up”, I believe there are many health issues that prevent desire, but a lot of those women are not motivated to help themselves because they are either single or the live that exists in their life is broken.

        The thing about sex and women is, even when they say it doesn’t, love plays a huge part in sex. It’s a biological thing for us. It’s part of the chemistry. This is why eighteen year old girls will fall in love with a guy after one night with him. She bonded. Men rarely allow that chemical reaction to decide for them, even though, I believe they experience it too.

        I also think that there is a lot of societal damage done to women at an early age. They are told sex DOESN’T have anything to do with love. They are made self-conscious about their bodies at an incredibly young age. They get conflicting messages all over the place about their sexuality.

        I was “slammed by as many guys” as I could get to bed me in my youth. I believed being desired made me a worthwhile person. I still haven’t undone that damage, because when my husband doesn’t want me (trust me, there are weeks he cannot keep up with my desire), it destroys me.

        So basically, I don’t know what makes me different from the women that article discusses and the women in your life. I will tell you, when my drive has lagged I’m the past, my husband respect, patience, kindness and attention where the driving factors in my fixing the problem. His sex drive had little bearing on my need to correct it. But, because he cared, was sweet about it, and wanted me to experience pleasure, I too wanted to please him. So, I worked on the root problem. And, because touching and sex are important to me (my love language), I would pleasure him, even when I didn’t feel like it. I found THAT often raise my desire as well.

        No one in a loving relationship should have to go without sex. But if you are ONLY seeking sex, I’m betting that is part of your problem. As much as I love to feel like his toy, I need his love, respect and appreciation as well.

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      3. @Mel

        Interesting response Mel. Perhaps for you and for others it can be genetically inherited (the high sex drive) or you may have a desirous nature. As far as young girls being damaged by society at an early age- absolutely. I tend to blame the surrounding society more so than any individuals. Most girls in the 90s were kind of made to feel they should spread constantly and after a while you could tell they were emotional wrecks- still are. Most guys I know have remained more or less who they were regardless of partners, most women have been changed by it. Idiotic TV shows don’t worry about biology though.

        Perhaps you are consciously trying to keep your desire up and are paying attention to it and thus, have a different outlook? They say you are what you think about after all.

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      4. Slut shaming vs. virgin shaming. We’ll probably continue down that confusing path, as a society, until one generation simply stops. The nineties were hard for me. I wasn’t sure how to behave, because my nature contradicted ALL of the conflicting advice I got from every angle. But I persevere, today, and no longer fight my nature but try to embrace it, at every opportunity.

        I also believe there are lots of women like me out there. And I’m sad that you seem to be surrounded by the opposite. I follow at least 100 blogs written by women who are the same age or older than I am, and still have incredible drive and a great attitude about it.

        I could go on and on, pointing out that the societal damage done to girls has also affected boys (feminism is incredibly emasculating) but since the topic is women like me, I’ll stop here. But I’m not an oddity. I KNOW there are plenty of women like me out there.

        This is quite a conversation, you’ve started, sir. A very interesting one, indeed.

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      5. @Mel

        “Slut shaming vs. virgin shaming. We’ll probably continue down that confusing path, as a society, until one generation simply stops.”

        Mel honey, it will stop because there won’t be any more generations. All this confusion not leading to enough occupied cribs, it will stop then. As far as the shaming goes, shaming is only bad if you are shaming one from potentially harmful behavior. The virgin shaming goes on more viciously, then the slut shaming takes over once you’ve lost the virginity. Brutal, yes.

        “The nineties were hard for me. I wasn’t sure how to behave, because my nature contradicted ALL of the conflicting advice I got from every angle. But I persevere, today, and no longer fight my nature but try to embrace it, at every opportunity.”

        The 90s sucked- plain and simple. Nobody knew how to behave and the conflicting advice you mentioned wrought total havoc on lives that still have not recovered. It was from every angle. As a guy, it is a bit easier to tell it all to f-off if you are sufficiently macho, for a girl it may be tougher. As far as your “nature” goes, if you are submissive yet horny, it is best to re-route that in a direction than can do the least harm and the most good (like how you are living now perhaps) but the trouble there was no help, and finding out in your 30s won’t help the 90s you!

        “I also believe there are lots of women like me out there. And I’m sad that you seem to be surrounded by the opposite.”

        Don’t be sad for me honey, it is what it is and this is all it has ever been. No need to feel sad. Besides, it is unmanly anyway!

        And yes, I am aware of super horny older women. As a youth that was what I did for a number of years. There was no name then (“cougars”) and it was not a trend so I had no competition really. It was fun and they were into it. I cited that article as a simply one man’s point of view, but one that I feel is increasingly common.

        “This is quite a conversation, you’ve started, sir. A very interesting one, indeed.”

        Haha! I guess I should plead guilty my dear!

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      6. You may be right about population reversal, I just read an article about that recently. Some statisticians have noticed a decline in population growth already. Population decline could start in the next decade or two.

        I’m expecting a little girl in a few months, rounding us out to a family of four, so I’m doing my part. 😉

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      7. @Mel

        It’s great to hear that you are reproducing, especially a precious baby girl. May she never know the confusion that you did. Yes, the Western countries are declining sharply in population. I suspect it is largely due to the socio-sexual merry-go-round and the accompanying shenanigans along with the adversarial pose between the genders. That is what it is, but it does make one hard (or can break one).

        A certain tune popped into my head while thinking about this, you probably know as you were definitely in high school by this point:

        I think it came to me because it resonates with the GenX that had to live with the ferment of the “revolutions” of the boomers. The part about women is pretty apropos for how it is.

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      8. “Ah, G’n’R. Sad again. Because it’s so true, the world revolves around things that don’t matter at all, in the end.”

        Sorry to make you so sad again Mel! I don’t see it getting any better either. I wish it weren’t so neither, but alas. This type of lifestyle blocks openness and sincerity, and makes men hard and women cold.

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    2. @Mel

      I attached the song “Dust n’ Bones” to the last comment as a pertinent song, lyrically, as I mentioned before. If you can’t click it off the comment you can youtube it with lyrics to see.

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      1. Ah, G’n’R. Sad again. Because it’s so true, the world revolves around things that don’t matter at all, in the end.

        So incredibly sad.

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