Will You Be Naughty and Nice With Your Beloved?


naughty-and-niceI’ve written you all a Christmas poem to inspire some good cheer and sexual fun.

May you and your spouse not be overcome by the details of the season, but rather keep everything in perspective. What matters most are the relationships we nourish.

Some genuine and vulnerable sexual connection can do wonders! Enjoy…

You’ve tied the last ribbon.
You’re through with the prep.
Now it’s time to relax…
To connect and reflect.

And maybe…just maybe..
You’ll get kids in bed.
You’ll read them a story.
Say, “Goodnight, sleepyhead.”

In the quiet of the house…
Peace will abound.
Sneak away to your room…
Without making a sound.

Close that door quietly.
And turn that sweet lock.
Unless it’s a crisis,
Ignore any knock.

Draw close to each other.
Remove all those clothes.
Pull back those sheets.
Go where love goes.

Maybe you’ll be naughty?!
Maybe you’ll be nice?!
You can’t have too much…
Of some sugar and spice!

So savor these moments.
Feed your desire.
Kiss with deep passion.
Make love till you tire.

This is your Beloved…
The one by your side.
Arousal is a gift…
For a groom and a bride.

With a turn of the page,
Christmas will fade.
But naughty and nice?!!
Those can stay!

For another poem of inspiration, don’t miss J’s ‘Twas the Intimate Night Before Christmas.

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One thought on “Will You Be Naughty and Nice With Your Beloved?

  1. A says:

    An Assumption is being made that this encouragement will bring the results that both man and wife will have their desires met. I’ve heard of couple getting divorced for no other reason then ” my partner does not fulfill my needs.” They start to wonder thinking I could get better else where. It’s an old trick I’m sure most couples have had them. In my mind and it’s probably an assumption. It’s only in my mind but I believe you need to struggle for love at least 25 years before the contentment of your desires start to be fulfilled.

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