Ruby Honeytip

(1970)

3 Steps


You are here
3 steps away from me,
I could bridge the gap
In an instant.
And then what?
Would I gently kiss you?
Would my tongue trace your lips
Creating tactile memories of your warmth,
Of your taste and the wet sweet abandon
Of our passion......
Would I gently place my hands
On your face,
And explain my love,
With nothing but the mirror of you in my eyes?
Would I place your hand on my breast
And let my pounding heart
Speak the words to your fingers...
I love you
I love you
I love you
You would know
Without question
Through my touch
That you have me
Sacred, spinning, free,
Please....
Make me your song,
Press your soul to me,
And I shall return in kind.

You are so beautiful to me.

Submitted: Wednesday, July 03, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, July 03, 2013

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