Come Home Darling
It's been long since you've gone.
Though we chat, regularly somewhat,
See you on Skype, every night,
Yet that's not enough, seems tough,
To live without you. It's nothing new!
The night before you left, we hardly slept,
Heightened emotions, kept us in motion.
Intense desires kept us afire, oh my dear,
What a climax of ecstacy was there!
The fury of love roared everywhere.
Now my body aches with pent up desire,
Like a volcano ready to erupt anywhere.
Loads of unspent love and desire
Await your arrival to feel and share.
Please come with the preparation you require!
Come home, darling, I can no longer bear,
The memory of that night, our bodies bare,
Fulfilled, inch by inch, with nothing to spare.
The thought kindles the physical desire,
Aches and spasms are caused by the flare.
05 July 2013
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