Embrace - Poem by MacGregor Tagliaferro
Against a fall of snow, in another place and time
Amidst whisperings of passion and tenderness
Adored bodies embrace, swellin' and tremblin'
The totem spins...
Pleasure bursts in the gleamin' flesh.
The true purpose of life grows bright,
Shimmerin' and desperate
In the shadows, around the Vision.
Shiverings mutter and rise
The furious affect of these feelings smolder
With fervent whisperin' and tender caress
No matter that reality, hurls at this embrace
The totem keeps spinnin'...
Bodies cling, flesh joins, for love.
To see your face
To kiss your lips
To be in your embrace!
On this I cannot help but throw myself
In reveries revisited again and again!
© Cowboy Coleridge
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