Jeri Martindale Poems

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Dancing With You

Tonight as you kiss up and down my body,
I am screaming out in exstacy, loudly.
I can see the stars in my eyes; you hold me so tightly.
I am weak in your arms strongly yet gently you protect me.

I Remember

I remember those days when you use to lay your head upon my breasts and fall asleep on me as i gently rubbed your head.
That is something that takes away my breath.

I remember those days when you use to show up at my drive and knock on my door with a smile on your face mischief in your eyes and ask if I wanted to go outside, to go for a ride.

What Happened Tonight

What happened tonight?
Did I wake up
From a deep sleep?
Maybe I did!

Thoughts, Inked, Penned To Life

Accidentally charged yet often reserved
Small shapes on paper make big words.

Silent yet presently seen

What A Kiss Does

I am standing in the light again
no longer in the darkness
The beautiful colors so far away
so long since I laid my eyes upon them.

Dress Up

I was wrapped in silk, painted with red lips, my hair put up to show off my beautiful-ness.

Only I felt like I was covered in filth, that my clothes were torn and ripped, my hair combed using only fingertips.

Rock Of Love

You are the rock
that never moves
from my soul.

The Woman I Admire Most

The woman I admire most has blonde hair but it is really brown; she use to let me sit on the back of the chair and fix it when I was a small child.

The woman I admire most, I can picture her smile right now, I wonder if it was the same when she was a child; I bet it made our mother's heart skip a beat as she looked down upon her daughter as tears filled her eyes.

Rain On A Tin Roof

Waking up to the sound of rain on a tin roof,
Music to my ears.

Darkness still lurks as I open my ears and hear this sound.

Christopher Jay, My Lover

I wrote this poem about the love of my life, my lover through the end of time.

My dark haired blue eyed man! He was sent to me by GOD.
He is the only man I have ever submitted to.

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