Bradley Lester

Rookie (18-07-1966 / Western Cape, Cape Town)

So many times...


So many times I've hungered for your kiss
So many times I've ached for your body
So many times I've yearned for your embrace
So many times I've longed to be in your presence
So many times I've dreamed of being intimate with you
So many times I've cried because you are far away from me
So many times I've thought about you when I feel lonely
So many times I've feared losing you
So many times I've imagined laying next to you
So many times I've admired who you are and what you mean to me
So many times I've admitted that I was wrong
So many times I've appreciated everything you have done for me
So many times I've cared for you in a way that only I can understand
So many times I've confessed my love for you
So many times I've undressed you with my eyes
So many times I've enjoyed seeing you on video chat
So many times I've observed your facial expressions I love so much
So many times I've panicked that you would leave me
So many times I've remembered our love making
So many times I've reminded myself of how privileged I am to
have you in my life
So many times I've smiled at you
So many times I've whispered naughty things to you
So many times I've wandered if you are safe and not alone

Submitted: Tuesday, June 02, 2009

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