Sunday, May 23, 2010

CLXXXXVI - Cold Comfort


Cold Comfort

I admit I was skeptical when I was told
That it was the chill that caused a cold.
I decided to test this temperate bleating
And see if she got ‘hot’ if I upped the heating.

If cold equals cold, then it stands to reason
That hot will bring forth some passionate squeezin’.
I went to the dial and set it higher,
Enough, I hoped, to inflame her desire.

Time went by and the room grew steamy
But she just grew more tired and dreamy
Until she slept, as if sedated,
And I sat there sadly, hot but deflated.

While colds are known for bodily emissions
(And I still doubt them caused by cold conditions)
If you really want a liquid exchange,
I suggest the heating in the temperate range.

© J Cosmo Newbery
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  1. Hmmm, what can I say, you are wasting your time turning up the heat, if you want to wake her and inflame her desire, well warm her up yourself, I'm sure you know the way, you have all of the 'equipment' you could possibly need, so use it nicely and you will get your way. :) xoxoxo ♡

  2. I would have thought cold weather would promote a little frictional warming.

  3. lol - you're right. The temp has to be JUST right because once things get going the heat goes up and then you can enjoy snuggling when you start cooling down. :)

  4. I am being in agreement with the lady who is being called Dianne and most improbably with the gentleman who is being a coffee cup. I am thinking that you are playing with the wrong thermometer.

  5. Thank you Princess Tikka Masala, there are many ways to awaken the passion in the sleeping woman and man possesses all that is required, a gentle touch, some sweet words, a soft kiss, a warm embrace and all that he desires will open up to him, just like a beautiful flower. xoxo ♡

  6. Perhaps if you had added a fan...


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