Valerie Hummingbird

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Sensation


sensation



A warm sensation fills my body

My heart races with every touch
The softness of your voice soothes
My soul
As I lay there hoping the moment
Will never end
Calling out for you
Hoping that you'll never let me go
The sensation so strong
I can no longer feel my body
Slowly I fade in and out of my thoughts
In an instant the warm sensation
Fades away
My heart empty
My soul torn apart
Lying there; wondering

wanting to call out for you, only to find
out I cant
My mind invaded with thoughts
So sad and unsure
The sensation of fear of what's to come
Slowly the reality over powering
The love and fantasy
Leaving me empty
Confused on how to think or feel
So hopless and worried

cring to myself
Revealing the terrors of my love

Submitted: Wednesday, November 12, 2008
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