A Man’s Thigh (an erotic poem)

*This poem contains erotic subject matter.

and again was on the lighter side, this piece lands more middle or so I believe. Erotic poetry is harder to gauge. As always, your thoughts are welcome.

PS – Yes, I intend to follow-up on my current writing projects in a Q&A vlog – including my erotica fiction – sometime in May. Thank you for your inquiries!

If he has the courage to engage my eyes
I will, at some point
(Just between you and I)
Look to his thighs…

Little womanly secret, mine

Thighs have their own language
Rippling muscle under taut flesh
Disciplined, pounded near to death

What he is capable, can control, and deny
Told by a pair of well sculpted thighs

My imagination
That much more inflamed

Thighs such as his, true nature revealed
A man who denies his senses
Makes up for it by his heel
Such discipline, such pain

The greater his pain
The greater my calling

With warmed oils I would ease him
On my knees in near worship
Healing touch running the length
Of his tortured groin

Return him to reality ready to conquer as before
Coming back to me that I may anoint him once more

A man’s face is assumed
Hands have their purpose
But thighs are more telling
Of his place in the universe

On the streets
In the sheets

A man’s thigh tells more
Than I think even he knows
Like how he could handle me
Between my thrashings and moans

Thighs such as his, I could only imagine
His gravity not thrown off
By my arching back
And multiple orgasms

A Man’s Thigh (an erotic poem)
Christina Schmidt, MA

Published by Christina Schmidt

I'm an author and live in the vibrant city of Austin, Texas. Cheers, y'all.

15 thoughts on “A Man’s Thigh (an erotic poem)

      1. I am really new out here and I would like if you could show me the ropes out here on word press. I have a lot of poetry and I want to get it out here. Could you help.

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  1. Stevfon, I appreciate your inquiry. There are a lot more successful bloggers out there than myself so thank you. I concern myself (and my blog) with engagement. I like the sharing of ideas but you could also just focus on numbers. Regardless of how you value your blog the basic points of blogging are 1. Your blog’s longevity depends on your willingness to maintain it (releasing blogs on a consistent basis) 2. Genuinely speak to your interests that way those of a like mind can find you and follow you more easily and 3. Like and comment. WordPress is a like and reciprocate game. It sucks but its true. If you comment on other’s work and they comment back, those are the quality connections you want. Other bloggers focus on the “Likes” and “Follows.” I focus more on engagement because I actually want feedback. Hope this was helpful.


  2. Muscular language, visceral in the swirls of your powerful arabesques, though no filigree there. These words fly as high as their roots go deep, comfortably, and with the right amount of stretch in the voice before belting out…slowwwwwlllyyyy this poem. Such a wicked cool vibrancy in the clarity of voice.

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      1. You’re most welcome. Arabesques have a grace that a filigree may dream of, though a tsunami can certainly know. I feel arabesques are those tendrils of developed intensity that have undergone the quickening. Intended as a high accolade, smiling you resonated with the description of the feelingsense put forth from your work.


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