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The Language of Your Soul is Written on Your Lips


Author: col13x
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Class/Type: Poetry /Longing
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The Language of Your Soul is Written on Your Lips



The Language of Your Soul
is Written on Your Lips

Heat nor sweat could contain
these lips hungering
for the dialect of a soul
written passion
formed syllables of desire
round breath and skin
arching pressing
to fit the puzzle of bodies
where each sensation curves
loosening
arching

Touch could not define
though by design caressed
deep inside
each spontaneous kiss
separated and joined with softness
wet
wanting revealed secret
given and taken
between eyes arms breasts and legs

Tracing each scythe of beauty
voicing a moment composed
in eternity
its mantle parted and penetrated
lifting by strength and tenderness
lovers exposed in fullness

Ardour nor sex could restrain
a kisses need for food
its sustenance the symphony of loves deliverance
composing sensuality
carving and craving the syllabus of rapture
within panting flesh
spanning such urgent wanting
completing mystery
where singly and separately excitement reaches out
to another person

Lays subdued in languid drifting
a moment to lift from sleeping
the heat and sweat which could not contain
lips still longing
for the language of your soul




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  Delicious. Ecstatic. Euphoric. Sexy. Great use of words. Great intensity. Excellent emotion.
| Posted on 2008-11-06 00:00:00 | by Porcelaine | [ Reply to This ]
  OKAY I WAS JUST BLOWN AWAY!!!!!! GREAT POST!!!!!! I WISH THERE WAS MORE FOR ME TO SAY BUT THIS IS JUST SIMPLY AMAZING!!!!!!!!!

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| Posted on 2008-11-04 00:00:00 | by L.L.COLLINS | [ Reply to This ]
  Sensual. That pretty much sums it up. Keep up the good work
| Posted on 2008-11-03 00:00:00 | by Iffy | [ Reply to This ]


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