JOHN THEBURNINGLEGEND


Draped In Their Lust Poem by JOHN THEBURNINGLEGEND


O, the steamy lust leers upon his lonely soul
Time seemed to last forever
Fear strike with unstoppable lightning
Falling into eternity in an instant
Into fragments of lust he give in
whilst she glance at him with angelic eyes
Within a split second, their lusts erupted
Two souls joined as one wrapped in their lusts
Joyous moments cast a spell that seems endless
As the light of love slowly dim,
The two souls soar in search for tranquility.
They flourished in love, cherished it
& 2gether they prospered in it.
Engulfed in eternal love and lust
They soared to explore the hidden secrets
Words of embrace uttered and they lived by
Drifting into each other’s souls
Slipping into love trace; the feelings’ ‘re gracious
their touches of love they give
Breathless their bodies ascend
With feelings so intense, into their haze
their blooming souls descend
into the rainstorm of lust they indulge

Submitted: Thursday, June 18, 2009
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