Daddy’s babygirl

***Of late there has been a slight shift in tone of my poetry which has included hints of erotica and sexuality. Today’s poem is sexually erotic if that is possible and deals with a kink related theme. Please read with an open mind should you proceed further. ***

hear the car door shut
primal heat
follow the footsteps
hear the knocking
damp thighs
climb the stairs
goose fleshed
click back the lock
open the door to him
that half smile
hot eyes looking up and down
bolt of lightening
pussy tightening.
Back up slightly babygirl
he whispers
pushed against the wall
his hand upon your throat
that growl
heat grows
whimper deep in your throat
his lips
the merest brush
legs buckling
Why was the door locked babygirl?
Trying to keep Daddy out?
Languid eyes
unexpected brattiness
No Daddy
you have to earn the rightΒ 
of entrance.
Β©Nov. 23/19
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Author: Jay-lyn Doerksen

I am a single hard working mom in her 40's. I have always written poetry and I love words. I live with depression and its ups downs. This is a space where I can create and write all that I need to.

35 thoughts on “Daddy’s babygirl”

      1. No problem hun it your writing, made me feel as if I were the Daddy in the poem and now I’m actually hard just thinking about your orgasmic work of art.. keep it up!!

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      2. Thank you. I am just beginning to expand my writing into erotica and sometimes worry what I want to come across is coming across. There is more to come in the series. I have idea am waiting for words. πŸ€“πŸ’œ


      3. I look forward to reading it darling! I too have just started writing erotica!! Please check out my last 5 blog posts.. Seriously though, Mamma your writing has me hard and cumming mhmmm..

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