Charles Wiles


.....When I Wake Up Every Morning (best love poems)


When I wake up every morning
I always watch you for a while
Then I kiss you very lightly,
Watch you lips turn to a smile.

Then you ask me what the time is
And I whisper in your ear
That the hour hardly matters
When you're lying warm and near.

Your smile grows slightly wider,
But you turn your face away,
Hide your head under the pillow,
Try to cheat the break of day.

Your hair wisps round about you,
Flows like water to your hips,
But your neck soon bare before me
Feels the pressure of my lips.

Then I touch you very lightly,
Run my fingers down your spine,
And your body gently waking
Turns till eyes gaze into mine.

And in that very moment,
As your mouth seeks to entice,
When I wake up every morning,
I am lost in paradise.

(June 2007)

Submitted: Sunday, November 25, 2007
Edited: Friday, January 24, 2014

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