Jackie Kirby


Baby - Poem by Jackie Kirby

candlelit dinners
for two

Walks on a
moonlit night

A day at the zoo
Going to the
movies just us two

Holding each other
during the

Hot tub filled with
bubbles me
and you

Lets take a walk
down memory

Laugh cry make

Drive down that
old back road
make sweet

Remember the
steamy love
letters we wrote

To each other
I loved how you
use to trace my
body with your
finger tips

Then follow with your
sweet lips
Each night when you
came home
from work

A single
rose within
your hand

I'd alway open
the door in a sexy
nightie undress
you right there

Wed fall to floor
fill our desires
All our days an
nights were

When we first met
Lets show our
love an desires for
each other

Till the end of time
Lets cuddle on the
back porch swing

As we listen to
the quite of the

Stand in the rain
make passionate

Baby lets not forget

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, May 29, 2005

Poem Edited: Friday, May 7, 2010

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