Opus 48: My Birthday Requiem

BY Phedre
Confess Your Erotic Fantasy

Ever since I was 16 I have had a love for Gabriel Faure's music. From the second I heard Requiem, Opus 48. In Paradisum, I think I left behind my childhood.
My greatest fantasy would be a birthday gift, from 3 or so friends. To be ushered into a room, lovingly blindfolded and gentle hands remove my clothes.
Suddenly Pavane, Opus 50 would start as I was tied laying down to a table. Only able to hear and feel.
Their many hands and tongues would run over my body, touching every inch of me at once.
Cycling through Tristesse, Sicilienne... all of Faure's works that move me.
Emotions build in me as kisses run down my neck, fingers between my legs, tongues across my nipples, soft breast pressed against me, hard length over my fingertips....
The music is inside me, they are inside me, all bringing me to ecstasy and trembling. End me with Requiem.... Pie Jesu, In Paradisum. Make me cry with flooded pleasure and beauty.
After, I will show them unbridled passion born of gratitude and a freed spirit.

Your Comments

  • sappholovers

    I too love classical music (and the songs of Bessie Smith and Dinah Washington and Loreena McKennitt and Marvin Gaye) as a prelude or accompaniment to seduction and sex.

    But no music is more beautiful to my ears than the sound of a woman scaling up the octaves of orgasm and crescendoing into orgasmuc bliss.

    This lyrically written fantasy, however, gives us both--an erotic synchronicity--that has me surrendering in joy to its score.

    And, yes, the best orgasms spill us over into joy tears, like a voice shattering a crystal glass in its high notes.

    My favorite classical music that takes me to places only approached by sex and theater at its best is Rodrigo's "Concierto de Aranjuez."

    The cello along with the saxophone and flamenco guitar are the sexiest instruments.

  • Phedre

    I am glad you enjoyed it Sappholovers. Mixing stimulus for the soul and body during sex is transcendent if done right! But I do agree that hearing another human being building in pleasure is an equally exciting crescendo.
    Interesting you listed Loreena McKennitt, i thought I was the only one! I will scamper off and give Rodrigo's "Concierto de Aranjuez" a try now, I am a big fan of the cello!

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