A Lonely Night
I lie alone in this empty bed
Blinds pulled shut, only darkness surrounds
This blazing body
This yearning soul
Yet the intensity of desire
And the persuasion of lust
Does not cloud my vision
Does not tempt me away
From loyalty.

For you are the origin of this fire
And only you can ever
Will ever
Be able to provoke the friction to light it.

But in your absence, my famished soul
Writhes in this torment you have induced
For enticing fantasies tease my mind
And seduce me to believe
You'll come for me
To quench my savage thirst.

I merely imagine your soft caress
And my body tingles with anticipation
Those wandering fingers, so agile and curious
Create a warmth between my thighs
Your lips, so gentle, yet also so urgent
Gliding over my cheek, my neck, my_

Enough! These provocative visions
As alluring as they are
Only intensify my cravings for you
So tonight I must sleep
And eagerly await the day
We can be together
As one.

Comments:
 
frederic   frederic wrote
on 8/11/2009 12:57:16 PM
Sweet desire: it sounds like you are in love. I hope she comes soon because you clearly have expectation of having exciting nights. Nice.

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