Treasure Island

Lisa Finney

(Cape Town)

When two hearts combine


I’ve been searching for the one
To take into my heart
Endless nights of wondering
If she’d ever come my way
I think of nights of passion
Gentle arms cradling her head
Losing all resistance
To the love shine in her eyes

Never knew this before
Never felt a heart touch mine
Never knew how much giving
When two hearts combine

First kisses, wet and true
Lingering on as souls collide
Hearts beating one message
As our bodies entwine
Never escaping the look in her eyes
She has pulled me into her heart
Eagerly awaiting, eagerly receiving
I’ll linger until she is mine

Never knew this before
Never felt a heart touch mine
Never knew how much giving
When two hearts combine

Kisses words cannot describe
I have found a love worth fighting for
Her eyes opened the doors to my heart
My mind and body out of control
Giving in to the glow of her love
Her sweet taste on my lips
My eyes eagerly seek hers
To lose myself as our souls collide

Never knew this before
Never felt a heart touch mine
Never knew how much giving
When two hearts combine

Submitted: Wednesday, February 24, 2010

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