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It was one of those moments

It was one of those moments

I'm craving somebody to love.

The things I missed most

Your hair

Your lips

Your inner thighs.



It was one of those moments

I'm craving you to the last drop

Of my impulse to give you pleasure.



It was one of those moments

The music playing out of nowhere

Mimics your breathing rhythm

when we're touching each other,

When we're kissing each other,

When we're hugging each other.



It was one of those moments

You smile at me for no reason

You find any reason to smile.



It was one of those moments

I'm craving somebody to love

The things I missed most

Your hair

your lips

Your inner thighs.
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Submitted by mossmjacques on January 31, 2021

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Moss M Jacques

Moss M.Jacques lives in the New York metropolitan area. He is the recipient of many literature prizes in his early twenties both in France and the US. Moss M.Jacques was best known in the circles where he grew up for his talent of reciting poems and a great passion for arts and literature. His poems have been published in many anthologies. His upcoming book: Sugarplum Selected poems on Life, Love and the Human condition will be available during the second quarter of this year. website: www.mossmjacquespoetry.com more…

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