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Lonely Voyager Poems
united in the womb of guilt we shelter our last pearl
'You were so passionate'
I hold you in naked aroused embrace in disbelief that it happens right now in our heavenly close intimate space.
Pyjama masked femininity titillates my Imagination
reading eyes speaking lips
intoxicating soft magic melody moaning our endless desire in the crepuscule of sensations
Fire of desire
Last night with you we lit together the fire of desire
First kiss extasy
Waves of blueish lace lingers In the alcohol perfumed air Thanks for making time for me. Hovering an innocent smile on my lips.
like a naked question a desire colored robe was veiling the fruity fragrance of our silky shadows
Cascading kisses lap reading blisses
Thoughts Of A Lonely Voyager
I am thinking every day of traveling home to you to touch your lips like licking dew
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united in the womb of guilt
we shelter our last pearl
born from sinful obsessions
and in an embracing slumber
we glide out together
with opalescent tears
into a soothing void
to our orphaned dream.