Sylvia Chidi

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Can't get enough Poem by Sylvia Chidi


Can't get enough of your gentle touch
I like it so much

Can't get enough of your wet lips
They send me on a pleasurable moaning trip

Can't get enough of your enchanting smile
They keep me in a trance all the while
and simply multiplie in piles and piles

Can't get enough of your thoughtful ways
Showering me with your care everyday

Can't get enough of the warmth of your body
It cries out my name
and lights my heart with your flame

Can't get enough of the laughter in your voice
The sweet melody to my ears takes away all the noise

Can't get enough of your beautiful kind eyes
Sometimes I just can't help wondering why

Can't get enough of your sweet white lies
That's when I try to avoid your awful cries

I simply can't get enough of you baby!

Copyright 2005 - Sylvia Chidi and Nnenna Kamara

Submitted: Sunday, November 27, 2005
Edited: Thursday, February 02, 2006

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