Yiannis Baki

(3 - 5 - 1973 / Thessaloniki - Greece)

Love Resurrection


I want to be just you and me
The music to play
To hide in a lonely place
To taste a bottle of red wine

To kiss you full of passion
Like there is no tomorrow
You are the sea, i am the wind
Touch you softly, touch you wildly

Your body dynamite alight
Your breath stops the time
Your kiss, frozen me, burning me
Your glance like magnet

We roll like the river, from bed
to walls, from tables to rugs
Like a piano melody our fingers
Touching wet body

Let it never end
Passion, eternity
To this room the death will come
And if tomorrow comes
Don't be afraid
It's a love resurrection

Submitted: Thursday, June 22, 2006
Edited: Monday, August 09, 2010

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  • Jocelyn Lozada (6/12/2007 11:30:00 PM)

    Wow! This poem is amazing, it gave me a chillin sensation all over my body. This poem can sweep any lady off there feet and into the bedroom. Nice work! (Report) Reply

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