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Michael Vestal


Our Desires


We have always felt the love for each other
Which flowed and surrounded one another
Feeling the peaceful joy we so desperately sought in our life
Despite our troubled times and strife

We are finally together to enjoy our lives
As we cuddle up in the evening in front of a roaring fireplace
We enjoy a cup of steaming hot cocoa as we look into each other’s eyes
Savoring the red hot embers dancing and crackling

As we sit in the silence of our thoughts
We look into each other’s eyes knowing what is about to happen
We feel the warmth of the fire on our bodies,
But not nearly as warm as our two bodies

Coming together in an embrace for all eternity
Our senses run wild, creating a natural high no drug can produce
The smell of our sweating bodies envelops the room
The sweet taste of your body on my lips far surpasses my expectations

Your touches make me quiver with ecstasy
You have found my weakness, it is you my love
We enjoy the beautiful climax to the evening just savoring every moment
An ending to the perfect evening of love and passion

Oh the thoughts running through my head are wild with desires.
For the one I had always longed for and so admired
Come with me, come with me, come with me now to a place far away
Where we can hide where no one can find us and there we will stay
Living out our lives as it should have been so long ago

Submitted: Saturday, December 14, 2013
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