His Beloved Olivia

A tiny puff of wind
covertly breezed into the room
and elicited a little squirm, rhythmed
from beloved Olivia in full bloom

His tempted tongue, quivering
unfurled her moist nether lips in heat
she moaned, her arched hips wriggling
Holy! What a treat!

He thrust inside with pleasure
gently circling her pink pearl, aroused
so sultry was his muse’s gesture
it left him in utter wows

He fondled, kissed and licked her
savouring the juices nectarean
He sucked over and over
revelling in that one moment utopian

The intensity of her sensations heightened
till she pressed herself against her bourgeois
He captured the glow in her face, enlightened
as she finally let out an ecstatic ‘Ahh’

Author: The Little Mermaid

My soul is an enthralling mystery, delicately concocted with some chaos and a little glee.

215 thoughts on “His Beloved Olivia”

  1. “so sultry was his museโ€™s gesture
    it left him in utter wows”

    If only I could express how true this in the situation where the essence of your poem meets reality!

  2. That is an amazing poem. Love making isn’t about pleasures taken but pleasure shared. I hope you have had a great week so far, Happy Friday and hope you enjoy your weekend.

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    1. The challenge while I was writing ‘His Beloved Olivia’ was to evoke feelings from my readers and to entangle them in the vehemence of my words!

      It looks like I did it right! Thanks a million for the feedback Prateek! :))

  4. How beautiful and romantic… very well penned… I think you have portarited a whole frame of feelings and emotions here, which, by the way, is not something easy to do…
    The third stanza is my favorite… probably because you mention the `museยด… ha… ๐Ÿ™‚
    Thanks for sharing. All the best to you!, Aquileana ๐Ÿ˜€

    1. Your honest appraisal of my work means a lot to me Aquileana. Thanks for your encouragement. Your blog provides such an inspiration. I wish you too all the very best honey ๐Ÿ™‚

  5. Reblogged this on CRAZY LIFE and commented:
    I will never be able to write like that, and that is I admire people who do. I just go straight to the point and my reach of vocabulary is limited. This truly is in my opinion a great sensual poem, written very well.

  6. Sometimes heart runs Soo fast like a race car,but this time your poem is a fuel to it..very nice well imagined and make us to imagine,you really triggered the hormones with your words

  7. Hey! This post could not be written any better!
    Reading this post reminds me of my old room mate! He always kept chatting
    about this. I will forward this write-up to him. Pretty sure he will have a good
    read. Thanks for sharing!

  8. Hi, I didn’t know that you write erotic poems. I have some published but they’re quite old now. I’ll read more from your blog later. Take care now.

      1. Hi, and thank you. Well, none of my work is listed except for comments, but later on I will post excerpts and some poems.

    1. Why not? It’s poetry. It’s an art. We can view it from different angles and come up with our own individual interpretation. I’m glad you appreciated it and suggested an equally beautiful title. Thank you. Hugs X

  9. Hmmmm. I’m breathless but not wordless!
    Would you care to be a guest on my blog? A poem like this will certainly paint my pages brilliant rainbow colors!! Please?

      1. Wow! Thank you so much mermaid, You are lovely!!!
        I like that piece on relationships, which you posted before Olivia’s romance! on your blog.
        How about the topic
        “WORTHY RELATIONSHIPS” (appreciating a partner)

  10. Good golly miss mermaid. My jaw dropped. The woman waiting at the bus stop with me didn’t know what to make of it. Good stuff.

  11. How you describe each and every breath is poetic. You want to connect with the reader-well you write so beautifully. I wonder how long it took you to write or did you just have an idea and pour it out all over the canvas. Wait I create are on paper but you get my idea.

    1. Hi Myra, thanks a lot for the nice feedback. I still remember that it took me about three hours to create this poem. I wrote it at a stretch to avoid a hiatus in the flow of my ideas. It was like I was imagining this scene on my mind and with a pen in my hand at the same time, ‘The Beloved Olivia’ was produced.
      Once you clearly ‘see’ what you want to write, the words automatically spring up. Happy blogging! X

  12. Your pen has done it again!
    It’s vividly sensual in its evocation of eroticism!
    Reminiscent of Solomonic Song of Songs,
    Meant only for legitimate lovers.

    The Church is legitimately espoused to Jesus.

    I do, expectedly, hope that the involved duo
    Are trapped not in the web of single love-mates.

    1. Hi Hoojewale, it’s always a pleasure to hear from you. The song of Solomon is second to none- such an impressive poem it is; elegantly expressing the beauty and grandeur of human sexuality and erotic love-word for word. I can’t get enough of reading those verses.

      Thanks a million for appreciating ‘The Beloved Olivia’.

      Love and hugs, my friend XOXO

      1. You’re so, so very much welcome, my dear friend. Your posts are so beautiful, dear ‘Little’ but so Mighty when you begin to hit on the keys.

  13. Wow! That is so passionate and delicious! I didn’t know you had it in you, ahhh this side of you..it is wonderful and so intimate. I hope we can see more of this side of you.

    1. Andy! Long time no hear! I hope things are going well at your end. Thanks for loving my work. I will try to write more of this genre in the future.

      Have a splendid weekend. Hugs X

      1. I know, I’ve been very busy outside the blog world. But things are well! My new job is very challenging but going ok. I’ve been busy getting our ready (and enjoying it) on weekends. And just celebrated a b day yesterday. How about you? I LOVE your new photo. Would love to see more of the island girl on her blog. Best wishes Aeriel!

    1. Wild Jerry!!!!

      It’s amazing for a first; though your thoughts seem to be quite in a rush. I missed the flow somewhere but otherwise, it was a pleasure to read.

      Keep it up. I’m sure you’ll do better with your next. X

  14. Loved how you crafted your words to create such imagery. Your poem truly created an incredible scene in my mind’s eye. Thanks for sharing, look forward to future posts.

      1. So it seems Mermaid. I would never have predicted that from you. Much like myself I guess…
        How are things and life? ๐Ÿ˜Š

          1. Things are going well my side. I just need to shake this flu virus. Its good to see you… I don’t get to catch up with you nearly enough! ๐Ÿ˜Š

  15. Thank you for liking my post. Lucky Olivia…
    Your writing kept me in a trance and I kept rereading to make sure I understood your poem.
    Sooo talented. And it only took you three hours?
    Bravo! I especially loved reading the comments๐Ÿ˜†

  16. An enjoyable diversion (now, back to legal writing). Having read tons of Karl Marx, the most erotic word for me was “bourgeois.” Just kidding! ๐Ÿ™‚ I liked the way you often placed the adjective after the noun–nicely done! NB: I like the new pic of you.

    1. Thanks a lot Tom! :))

      Ah! Come to mention it, I have had a love affair with Karl Marx a few years back. He had a personality and a mind that deserved to be ennobled. Such an inspirational figure that man was! I have started to miss him(his writings).

      1. I always liked the earlier writings of Marx, when he was young and on fire with enthusiasm.
        I enjoyed your erotic poem again. A treat indeed.
        I notice that since my last comment you’ve changed your photo again. My compliments on your elegance. Captivating.

      1. Guess I was being a bit too vague in my comment. I was referring to the line about the nectarine (fruit) That was the A. Obviously this poem is about a sexual experience with someone. That was the B. And, this is a passionate experience. That is the C. Thus A (nectarine) = B (sex). And, B (sex) = C (Passion). Therefore, A (nectarine) = C (Passion). Or, CA (Passion Fruit). My error, obviously, was to mix math/logic with pleasure… oops. – Oscar (P.S. I did enjoy your poem)

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