Dee Wright


MAN WHO I ADORE


You move
inside me

as if I were
your ocean

and you
my porpoise

man whom
I adore

whose stare even
penetrates me

makes me
tremble

to my
core

I offer you
the sea & sky of me

the endless horizon
of me

swim swim

to the innermost
secrets of my being

come come
like a wave

crashing

on the wild lonely
cliffs of me

again & again
the waves of you

like a storm
being tamed

my body now
your dry land

stand firm
stand firm

man of mine
whose every touch

is the gentliest
devotion

move
inside
me

one mind
until we come

to our shattered
senses

recollecting
in tranquility

this moment
that is ours

for

ever.

Submitted: Tuesday, May 06, 2008
Edited: Sunday, August 03, 2008
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