Michael P. McParland

Gold Star - 7,774 Points (July 19 1983)

Your Lips

How I long to plant a deep tender
passionate kiss upon your lips.
So full and inviting,
enticing me in to share a scorching
intense emotion filled moment of bliss.

I've ached so long to feel those lips upon my own,
tasting the sweet passion
passed between with delightful groans.
Better than any dream I could have ever had.
To finally have that first true delightful
full delicious kiss is what I need and want.
Just the thoughts of having you there
sends lightning bolts through my spine
to my soul a relaxing satisfaction so divine.

I can't wait till that day has finally come,
as I take you near and pull you close,
pressing my lips right to yours,
passing a true feeling and bond of endless love.

Until the day will finally come.
I'll just sit here dreaming,
fantasizing about all the deep passionate kisses
of true soul shaking love to come.

Submitted: Wednesday, December 24, 2014
Edited: Sunday, February 15, 2015

Topic of this poem: true love

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