Raymond J Wright

Emissions - Poem by Raymond J Wright

I ask the questions
And so you deny
I walk the corridor
Now it’s goodbye
I had to love you
How could I not?
Now I remember
The tiniest details
The taste of your lips
Oh how you loved me
And you tasted of rain
On a warm summer night
The way that you touched me
I still feel you inside
I still taste your emissions
So salty and sweet
Oh how I loved you
‘Til you begged me to stop
Then you cried out for more
How could I leave you?
But it’s already done

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, September 28, 2006

Poem Edited: Saturday, September 25, 2010

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