The Symphony of Us (with audio)

Fantasy Friday Poem #10

DISCLAIMER: This is a sensual poem.




The Symphony of Us

Maestro, my Maestro–





It is time to begin

our lustful


Let us ensemble tonight

with a tap

of your baton

<no need to remind me twice>

I’ve come to play along.

As I lift

my strings of sensuality,

watch my chest rise

as I realize

you’re ready for me.

Lightly I’ll let

the bow of me


your body

as I whisper:

“Adagio, Adagio”

Kiss me

in that tempo.

Start slowly

and build

our wicked crescendo.

We’ll reach an orgasmic allegro

at the height of our song.

So take

your staccato tongue

and run

it up and down

my naked body.

I’ll make sure your baton

keeps tapping to the beat

as we play along.

Maestro, my Maestro—

when the cadence

of your licking is over

refrain from taking

too long of a rest.

Your fine tuning

has progressed

my instrument

into a frantic frenzy.

Remember that allegro?

It’s as close as ever.

Before we reach

the top of our song

pound the chorus away

reminding me

you’re the Maestro

and I’m just here to play.

I’ll take that baton

and quicken our tempo

as I wrap my legs around you

<to remind you>

Maestros get to play, too.

Maestro, my Maestro—

pluck my strings

until they sing

in our glorious harmony.

Give me every last drop

of your sweet melody

and I’ll give you




in our lustful symphony.

I’ll gasp and moan in tempo:

“Allegro, Allegro”

as the crest of our song


deep inside of me.

Singing and singing

I’ll bring out

the baritone






of you.

And in a clash,

a bang,

we sang, we sang.

Oh my Maestro, how we sang.

“Pianissimo, Pianissimo”

Finish me off

in that tempo.

Maestro, my Maestro–

Oh my Maestro,

I’ll make music with you any day.

Just tap your baton

and I’ll come play along.

“Encore, Encore”

Are you ready for more?















  1. I think you blend the sensual and erotic very nicely in this and as you get into your reading that blending shows well in your voice. I will also look forward to seeing how you diverge into other topics which can be just as fulfilling and enchanting. :):)

    Liked by 1 person

  2. “Ode to Joy” Beethoven! A masterpiece indeed and very well played 👌
    I always love the pace that you use, the words use, the metaphors…and nice French accent 😁
    Will be looking forward to your posts on Friday even though it’s sad to see less posts from you 😕 but will check Twitter every now and then 😊❤️🐡🐡
    Was working on that mail 😊 must send it tomorrow ❤️❤️😊

    Liked by 1 person

    1. Thank you for your wonderful compliment! ❤️❤️I love writing these, I just want to concentrate on some other things for awhile. ❤️😊❤️😊❤️😊
      🐡🐡🐡🐡🐡🐡Looking forward to your email! 🐡🐡❤️😊❤️😊

      Liked by 1 person

      1. It wasn’t a compliment 😊
        And sure first things first, hope you will manage to do whatever best for you ❤️
        I might leaving for good, not enjoying anymore, don’t know why, probably just a bad mood , who knows
        ❤️❤️😊😊🐡 🐡🐺🐺(my favorite animal😁)

        Liked by 1 person

      2. UGH! I hope you don’t leave!! I feel like I just got here. Hope all is well. Is you favorite animal a fox? A cat? Trying to figure out that emoji! LOL
        ❤️ ❤️ ❤️ ❤️

        Liked by 1 person

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s