Viola Grey

(Feb '73 / NZ)

A visit from the past


There was a time
when all I ever wanted
was to sink into you,
devour your tender mouth,
taste your soul.
Now?
I just want to kiss you.

30/1/09

Submitted: Saturday, January 31, 2009

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