Poem: Let me love you


Caress me, need me

let me love you. Let Me.

This is the time,

My heart wishes to be here.


             Bodies awaken

Slow, intense, pure rawness of souls.

A quiver in the night

Shoulders shake with only a touch

            In passionate eyes.


Longing, wishing of stretched skies

so time stands still for one more moment

your hand glides across my neck

A whisper, goose bumps appear instantly

never wanting it to end.


Our minds meet. Flashes of light,

created with each breaking kiss

the magic of knowing

ends tearful lonely nights.


Caress me, need me

you love me, let me love you. Let me.

We believe

this is not a fairy tale dream.

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mylife=adventure 6 years ago from Wisconsin

From beginning to end it was beautiful....thanks for sharing!

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Just Ask Susan 6 years ago from Ontario, Canada

Very Nice...thank you

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MarionAnn 6 years ago from Vancouver Island, BC Author

Thank you for your support.

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acaetnna 6 years ago from Guildford

This is stunning - so passionate. I simply love poems about love and this was beautiful. I am glad I found you.

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Joanne M Olivieri 3 years ago

A beautiful expression of love and tenderness. Very well done and voted up.

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MarionAnn 3 years ago from Vancouver Island, BC Author

Thank you Joanne

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