Justine Kjorsvik

Rookie (11/04/93 / Belcourt)

Warmth - Poem by Justine Kjorsvik

The cold winter night makes me shiver
The wind blows fast and hard sending chills down my spine
I take two blankets to cover me
Its not enough
I love winter but i also love summer
I need warmth
I need warmth
I am usually a space heater
But once you came I have been cold
Wanting your warmth, the feeling of your skin
The way it touches mind, sending a great pleasure
The hug, the hand intertwind with mine
Its a great pleasure to have someone like you
Sending, giving me this great warmth and pleasure
You stole my body heat, and return it in
Other ways that I enjoy, the ways I love
Your hug is warm and great
I love everything you do
Your warmth use to be mine
But now it is yours, you return it
In ways I love
Out skin touch in a hug
Its summer
Out skin touches sending heat through
My, Your, Out Bodies
This is out Connection

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  • Rookie - 164 Points Joseph Poewhit (9/29/2009 11:04:00 AM)

    The warmth of a hug, worth much, in life's coldness (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, September 29, 2009



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