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We Have Loved. . .(Part 2)



Into our soul's, we seek deeper, eyes locked
we see ourselves, see God, see the other;
our spirit's are of one voice, one speaker
the voice of our mother, our father our brother.

My heart, your heart, begin beating together
heartbeat of sun, of the stars, of earth;
we move together, one greater part, the
body of one creation, of one world, one birth.

Your lips, my lips, our lips in fused kiss
becoming the kiss of love, kiss of joy, of bliss;
hold the moment as time slips, hold a moment
more, not less, hold a moment endless.

We embrace love, alchemy of love remaking us
in flames of passion, of heat, of desire;
your skin, my skin, contact, touch of skin thereof
creation of pleasure, of sensation, a fire.

Naked in desire, we drink deeply of lust
taste of forbidden fruit, living water, sacred seed;
in rivers of passion fire, we swim, my thrust timed
to your rhythm, your rhyme, our need.

We dance the body erotic, on the altar pyre
consumed in climatic flame, in fever, aglow;
surrendered in auras hypnotic, a mix of divine flux
creates an eclipse, an orbit, a flow. . . . . . .

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Submitted on March 03, 2016

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Always liked to write and have written poems periodically over the years. I've never shared them withanyone except for immediate family. Decided to take the plunge and put some out 'there'. But bearwith me, I don't really know what I'm doing. This is therapy of sorts and I hope to let go of the need to rhyme. It's a mental condition. I recently found out my grandmother used to rhyme all herletters to anyone. Go figure. I hope you all enjoy my ranting! I do like what I've seen other's post. more…

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