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Will You II

Shall we title this poem Question Mark "?" For Thee?

I suppose you know by now
How I feel about you
So let me pair up
My feelings
For you
Me, Baby Biddie?
I suppose there's one
Thing to ask you out on a
Date and turn me down over
And again and yet quite another
To ask you to love me but since
I get no answer, perhaps I should
Ask the essential question: Will you?


Should I ask you on one knee
Or on both?
Unfettered from the femininity
You exude and I fell prisoner to?
While my lips are molded around your nipple
Or on both I suckle with the appetite of a newborn
Seeking to take you to pleasure island's most exotic Places?
Or while I recite some love poetry
Still on one knee
Or on both
Or while reading a bedtime story
While caressing your body
Muzzling your every square inch
Exploring you
In every which way
Prior to (extra-marrital-wise)
Or afterward - otherwise,
When you will be in love and accept Goddess Thee
That I am your devout only one to love from your Pretty
Blue eyes, all the way down to thy feet?

When should I pop the question
That lies on the tip of my tongue
Lingering like some foreign word I'd like to utter
That English fails to describe all the feelings Incorporated in One
The one and only thing I want to whisper in your ear
While my lips draw close to it
So I can whisper
Of love
Followed by a
Tongue twister
Yet in your sensual mouth
The muffled word I crave to utter
Will it count as
Another incomprehensible whisper...
That you wish deep inside
To hear?

Some people spend money by the thousands
To buy you that diamond ring
But I, unfortunately couldn't work out a deal
For my Baby Dreamy Eyes ring of her forlorn dreams
So instead of the wedding band or engagement ring
I've thousands of dreams
About you and I
Never ending
Dream of One-ness,
Of a
Or post-marital,

So long...so long
Our lives together
Our dreams together
Couldn't be fulfilled this time in Our Era;
Perhaps in another lifetime -
We shan't miss each other
For if we do The Gods Shall Be Maddened
To the tipping point of fury
And They shall cause another
Noe's Arc to happen
Terribly upset that we
Baby Biddie and her tongue-twisting
Bogdan keep on failing to connect
And realize that they cannot be a
Without being together - precisely
Just Her & Him without one another
Equals end of the world...gotta work on
Starting over...
Another world...
But where?
Planet Earth
Or another Galaxy for what it's worth?
:-P :* :* :* :* :* :* :* :* :* :*
Happy New Year Baby Biddie! And "thank you for following!" :-))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))
( or should I put on my frowny face :-( ? )
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Submitted on December 24, 2020

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Nobody Nose

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