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Tea Ceremony

She served him tea in a china cup
Watched his first tentative sips
Smiled at his appreciation
Ran a tongue over full red lips
He watched her move around the room
Skirt swinging with enticing grace
Knew he was enraptured
Felt his pulses race
She danced a dance of allure for him
Clothes dropping to the floor
Left the room fully naked
Not fully closing the door

She served him tea in a china cup
Strong unsweetened with no milk
Slid herself onto his knee
A move of rustling silk

She served him tea in a china cup
Thin porcelain enhancing the taste
Held the cup to his waiting lips
Felt his arm slip around her waist
They drank that tea together
A special type of sharing
Nose buried in her hair breathing
The perfume she was wearing
And she slid slowly from his knee
Leaving him wanting more
As they kissed one last time
And she closed and locked her door

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