Desire – A Song - Poem by Onareen Ferdinand
I want a large tub of ice cream
Your hands around my waist
Your breath on my neck
And kisses on my face
I want late night random movies
And teddy bear cuddles
Your shirts, my nightdress
Delectable creams in bottles
I want your fingers in my hair,
My legs and yours entwined,
I want my back pressed to your chest,
I want us to begin to forget time.
I want to slowly undress my thoughts,
I want to sing in time
To the beat of your fingers,
And dance to your rhythm divine.
Turn me and hold me
As I whisper of love-
The second hand freezes,
As we enter our Eden of love.
I want you to touch me
As though I am precious and rare
I want you to crave me and excite me,
Make me thrive in the unaware-
And I want the lights to turn off,
As we play, to lose in our games,
Searching for each other in the dark,
Urgently whispering our names.
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