DEEP DARK SOUL POET

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I wait to meet her gaze then she will understand I will hold my breath and kiss her hand Poem by DEEP DARK SOUL POET


I wait to meet her gaze then she will understand
I will hold my breath and kiss her hand
I will see her blush her cheeks red now
I will smell her hair and kiss her brow
It will bring me joy to hear her speak
I will take her hand and kiss her cheek
I will feel her skin beneath my finger tips
I will hold her face and kiss her lips
Our love's true passion can now begin
I will caress her form and kiss her skin
Our passion will flow like summer rain
Our love will be fulfilled as we kiss again
In the afterglow in fond embrace
We speak of love and I kiss her face

Submitted: Wednesday, August 15, 2012

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When there is a positive union of two souls in the flesh..the sparks will fly and we will mesh..as far as what to do and where to go...take my hand and you will know....

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