The Eclectic Pen - Under the Moonlight


By: Roy B. (mountdewboy)   + 20 more  
Date Submitted: 9/14/2009
Genre: Romance » Romantic Suspense
Words: 234
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  We are going out for a nice quiet evening
Been so long we’re unsure on how to have a good time
Leaving the kids behind with a babysitter
To a little nook down by the cove

While drinking white wine and eating the fresh catch of the day
With the local music playing in the background
We can’t help but find ourselves relaxing
Touching and flirting thru this wonderful meal

As we slowly stroll on the beach
The sand between our toes
Hand in hand like newlyweds
As I reach down to kiss your sweet lips that are as soft as ever

Making love to you, under the moonlight
Your long black hair going in and out
While the gentle waves are all around us
We are so into each other that the sounds around us, are as one

With our clothes soaking wet and covered with sand
Smirking like teenage kids and our faces exposing the joy we had
We can’t believe what we have done, under the moonlight
But knowing that this has been the best day of our life’s

We head home and send the babysitter on her way
Now heading for the shower to wash off the salt
He washes her hair and lathers her body
We can’t help but fall for round two

Cuddled arm in arm, something we haven’t done in years
We fall in to a deep relaxing sleep
To wake up to start a new day
When the kids come running in for their parents love

11 Sep 2009
Roy W. Bair


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Mary L. - 9/18/2009 11:27 AM ET
Very sweet, a nice change, someone writing about love and romance within a married couples life. Mary
Jesse (EddyKrueger) - 9/19/2009 4:36 AM ET
Beautiful and real, I could never write this. I would just turn it into porn...
Lena S. (SquirrelNutkin) - 9/20/2009 8:05 AM ET
This was beautiful, it's nice to hear of a married couple that's still in love, with each other.
Tally R. - 9/22/2009 9:17 PM ET
I love the thought of this story.
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