salma. torrez

Arabian Nights - Poem by salma. torrez

There love for each other is beyond imagination,
I want to dance with you for a life time
Hold you close to my heart
Stop the hands of time
Make the world give us a little more time (habibi)

To feel our bodies close swaying together
To music that only we can hear
Letting it sweep us into Heaven
Come, dance with me there.

We'll dance forever; never let go
Hearts in tune hand to hand
Building love between us
That we barely can stand (habibi)

Candles low no bright lights,
Our love will light the way,
Come hold me close; dance with me habibi
Til the night breaks to day

Feel our bodies pressed close,
As close as skin to skin,
Open your heart to me (habibi)
Come on, let me in.

Fill my senses with your rush,
Let me taste your deep kiss, (habibi)
Hold me tightly to your heart

Never have I felt like this,
Never will I feel it again
For within your arms I've died,
I've gone to heaven in your love
These are happy tears I've cried (habibi)

Never have I been so loved,
Or felt so much love for anyone
Dance with me habibi (habibi)
Until the night is done please (habibi)

Dance with me until the world is done,
I can't resist your charms
Dance with me and hold me close
Let me die within your arms (habibi)

Don't ever let me go,
Dancing together is so right,
I will never let you
Dance with me (habibi) .
salma torrez.

Comments about Arabian Nights by salma. torrez

  • (3/18/2011 7:09:00 PM)

    Great poem, is a special dance of soul. (Report)Reply

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, March 13, 2011

Poem Edited: Saturday, March 19, 2011

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