Treasure Island

Keith Ricardo Williams

(12/10/1959 / Washington, D.C)

If Love was a dream


If love was a dream
imagine how much joy you could feel
ectasy would bloom like a flower
seduction would dance like a star
if love was a dream
intimate moments would be colorful
like a rainbow of sweet nothings
flying into your ear, and out the other
imagine how beautiful your lover
treasured like a rare jewel
shining ever so brightly
tenderness does excite me
if love was a dream
would we float on clouds
dance with glee
romance each other endlessly
on a river of whipped cream, and chocolate
strawberries would taste so sweet
if love was a dream
we’d tiptoe through erotic moans, and passionate screams
smile as orgasmic emotions overflow
like a flood as a river grows
breaks levees of true romance
no tears
no lies
no alibis
if love was a dream
we would be washed away
into tomorrow never regretting a thing

Submitted: Wednesday, October 08, 2008

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