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David Oladipupo Olorunshola

Rookie - 39 Points (June 29 / Nigeria)

Ocean of love


Locked in warm embrace
Two bodies knitted together
Hands touching
Bodies touching
Lips touching
Not wanting to be separated

Oh, the waves
Just like the waves
Of the ocean, deep clear blue
Swelling and swelling
And getting to its peak
Crashing so suddenly

It is such an ecstasy
That only two warm bodies
Can produce, swimming
Swimming in the ocean of love
Two hearts joined together

Two heart beats, beating in unison
With waves of emotion
Deep in the crevices
Until you can wait no more
And you go deeper

Until you are translated
Into the cloud
Where you are
And you cannot wait
You cannot wait

And you pant
Faster and faster
Gasping for breath
Swallowed up
In the ocean of love

Submitted: Sunday, October 03, 2010
Edited: Saturday, October 16, 2010

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