The Sweetest Song - Poem By Cathy Nerujen
My love, my angel sweet - oh won’t you kiss me now –
firefly sparking kisses on my skin –
she kisses as she glides upon my lips so soft -
my love she sends my soul into
a spin –
My woman she is warm and oh so tender now –
her lips like gentle breezes – cool me down -
that warmness is a coolness – calms the storm within –
her love it makes me smile but never frown –
She sends her kiss a thousand times a second now –
why wait – the clock says more will be along –
and soon our bodies touch and lightly melt as one –
her lips so sweet and pure – wake up the dawn –
Our passions – never muted – kindle fires below -
and buttered muffins she will feast upon -
my cherry apple blossom open wide for you -
the deepest love - it sings the sweetest song.
This love poem is dedicated to my beautiful sweet loving Fehl Dungo. Our love grows and grows ever more. I am addicted to you. This is written as a love poem, and as a song.
Copyright © 2012 to 2017 Cathy Nerujen. All rights reserved. This poem is published as part of a forthcoming book of romantic poetry and love poems by Cathy Nerujen, due in 2017. More information at www.flashstarmagazine.com.
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