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Author: J. A. Clark
ASL Info:    25/m/GA
Elite Ratio:    4.01 - 50 /51 /12
Words: 150
Class/Type: Poetry /
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Ok....yet another poem about Jayme...maybe soon i'll pick another thing to write about, beside Jayme and Marching Band.....maybe shopping...but anyhoo, yeah...any thoughts, ideas, advice, suggestions, etc...will be appreciated...enjoy...


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I feel your palms on my chest
As I taste your sweetest kiss.
I soar high past the heavens,
There's nothing greater than this.

I wrap my arms around you
As you lead us to my bed.
The world is filled with silence,
There's no word can be said.

I feel your body tremble
As I hold you oh so near.
I'll say these words to you,
That no one will ever hear.

I hear you breathe beneath me.
And the doors are open wide.
I feel your invitation,
But I dare not go inside.

"Let's wait a while longer,
Let's not do this tonight.
I just can't go and rob
What you've fought so hard to hide."

So I'll lay beside you instead
And feel your heart beat close to mine.
Just let me be with you forever,
Even past the end of time.




Submitted on 2004-09-16 02:18:52     Terms of Service / Copyright Rules
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  Okay. . . here's my revision on some of the parts.

"I soar high through the heavens
What could be greater than this?"

"There's no word that can be said."

"I will whisper words to you
That none else shall ever hear."

Really beautiful. . . I can't say it's one of my faves but it's good.
-Secret
| Posted on 2004-09-29 00:00:00 | by secret moon | [ Reply to This ]
  holy flippen hanna...omg
this is an amazing display of affection to the core..true and deep. I'm speech-less
Your pure lust of the moment in time with her..
not in her...but still in
oh wow
| Posted on 2004-09-16 00:00:00 | by clay | [ Reply to This ]


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