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Touch

Two bare bodies that were meant to be
Fit for each other just you and me
Our bodies tightly embrace
Both of us yearning for a taste
Tender hands that touched every curve
Sensations that have no words
Your powerful body sliding onto mine
My breath kept time
Softly your lips press against me
Sending shivers all the way to my knees
Slowly your hands grab hold of my waist
A quick glimpse to your face tells me my fate
It was to late to back out now
Even if it wasnt why would I, how
Questions are made no more
As I watch what is left of my clothes fall to the floor
My body gently trembles beneath yours
As you start to explore
You travel through a land that is familiar to you
And when you reach its gate
the guard with out thought lets you through
You walk in as if it was your domain
Your land that you would have to claim
You carefully travel through the land
Touching every spot with your hand
Tenderly caressing each place
Savoring each spot that you taste
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Submitted on May 01, 2011

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These are but written photos of my life, my mind, and those around me captured as best as I could in words. I'm not a trained writer so my style is of no particular way. I have long detailed poems and short to the point ones. My hope is that you can see what I have seen feel what i felt with out braking your head trying to figure out what I meant. Enjoy! more…

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