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Desire Everlasting by Leslie Hart

Author: stormkrow
ASL Info:    24/ male / Montello Wi
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Words: 243
Class/Type: Poetry /Love
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Leslie wrote this poem for her boy friend and i asked for a copy for on her cuz yall should be able to read her great words that she chants aloud and puts a spell on ever y one listin' ..
any way hope you like

Desire Everlasting by Leslie Hart

Tears of joy to hear those words uttered from your lips
caressing tracing subtle contures with my finger tips
my mind turns joy to sorrow
suddenly a fear of not having with you another tomorrow
your tears and mine
fear calmed we are just fine
back to the thoughts of before the same ones as in the wood
I love you ... this all feels so right and good
mind shatters going through memory
Right here right now just you and me
storm running through
see some of the same qualities in you
Eyes quick silver fire
kisses soft sensuous , and filled witht desire
warm soft embrace
sudden building pace
skin on skin
tounges plungeing out and in
lips wandering and then lingering quick to long with running of a tounge
Breath faster harder sudden gasps all air expelled from my lunges
Hit a certain spot do that certain thing feel the reaction
my desire for distraction
wishing for these moments to last
they keep passing way to fast
just to be here in your arms
the heat off your skin could set off alarms
rythm and beat
taste and feelings so sweet
voice a sublte drifting alluring like some far off instrument
your whole self , my love, seems heaven sent

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