Amber - Poem by Mallory Horne
Her eyes move down my body,
My lips move down her neck,
She will look forever and only see,
The reason she would only give me a peck.
Our tounges dance in harmony,
No one could love me like her,
No one in the world like how I like her to be,
While in her arms I feel better.
She knows me so damn well.
She wears her heart on her arm.
You can't even tell that I've fell,
For her undeniable charm.
Eyes so green nothing can compare,
And skin so soft I long to touch,
To how much I think my love fair.
God I love that girl so much.
Her lips are my drug,
Her eyes see right through me,
I love to give her hugs,
She makes me want to be a better me.
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