When To You My Lips They Go - Poetry By Cathy Nerujen
When to you my lips they go -
and kisses make the muse in me -
this woman - sing -
now ebb and flow -
we move here in this harmony -
your fingers send a sigh inside -
my deepest part -
my sweet desire -
a pocket full of love - you glide -
our atoms touch -
then turn to fire -
We hum our love -
and move as one -
this naked flame - so warm in you -
our bodies melt -
sweet lips and tongue -
your song it sings a love so true -
we swap the dawn -
for sun-ripe kisses -
our mingled bodies - knotted deep -
your body glows -
and warmly glistens -
your lips so red - your soul to keep -
oh take me now - sweet Cosmic Girl -
this cherry trifle Astra Dawn -
a feast for tender finger swirls -
my sweet surrendered soul is won.
Dedicated to Angels everywhere... who know they are touched by Angels. And for my darling Fehl.
Copyright (c) 2012, 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, to be published in 2017.
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