Untited We Fall
United We Fall
By Tony DeLorger © 211
Tender lips so soft and warm,
in deepest kiss my soul reborn,
your flesh entice my body swoon,
in throws of love within your womb.
Lost in eyes of endless pools,
so dark and impassioned, there are no rules,
only presence of love no thoughts to bare,
enraptured bliss entwined in care.
Melding bodies hot with sweat,
writhing pleasure without regret,
to tremble in exquisite flow,
ecstatic highs of release unknown.
Souls in tranquil silence make,
vows of endless love intake,
life to flourish in painless flight,
love’s sweet arms imbued in right.
Wordless moments in moist dark rooms,
where lovers found and life resumes,
in purity of both mind and soul,
a purpose given, a meaning told.
Fallen hearts to each are given,
in surrendered love all past forgiven,
as one decide to live in bliss,
the start a tender loving kiss.
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