The Songs of Solomon have always intrigued me and given me inspiration in our marriage through the imagery it paints of beauty and sex (most modern interpretation). In a brief study of the book, I found it tends to characterize it as a dialog between lovers.

In my story “Walking in Eden” I quote Song of Songs, but I’d like to take it to another level. Here is an example Song of Songs 7:1-4

How beautiful are your feet in sandals, prince’s daughter!
Your rounded thighs are like jewels,
the work of the hands of a skillful workman.
2 Your body is like a round goblet,
no mixed wine is wanting.
Your waist is like a heap of wheat,
set about with lilies.
3 Your two breasts are like two fawns,
that are twins of a roe.
4 Your neck is like an ivory tower.

I have written this and given it to Mel and am awaiting a reply.  Enjoy mine and I will post hers once received.

Chapter One

1-My eyes encounter you, golden hair laid out amongst the covers.

Body covering scantly arranged.

Your thighs crafted through sweat and hard work,

waiting for my hands to open, our bodies to intertwine.

2-I get a glimpse of your areola, peaking from behind fabric;

my love spikes, pushing out for you.

3-Your lips, natural and soft, press on mine,

tongues dance, flittering, taste of your breath mixed with mine.

Oh, wine it is, the flavor our mouths make, soon fluids,

our bodies secretions, tempting our palate like the finest vineyard.

4-God crafted us, joined us in a holy union, our bodies pay homage.

Twisting and wrapping together, you move under me,

my tree juts through the fertile grasses, poking through, rising.

5-Lips open and air is moved, small vibrations from your throat.

Your warmth envelops my intrusion, split flesh, smooth,

a cavern open from an ocean of ivory skin.

6-I call out my creator’s name, my body shivers in pleasure,

then quakes and rocks; a stream of warmth fills you.

Our bodies lie together as God intended.

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6 replies
  1. Waiting_Romeo says:

    I love stories written in the style of Songs Of Solomon! They feel so connected to Godly sexuality and have such a beautiful feel. Keep it up! 😀

    • Fiftyfitfidelity says:

      Thank you. It's a very good bible book to break out of all the serious stuff! I enjoyed writing this.

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