Even One Toe I Must Gently - Poem by James McLain
even one toe i must gently;
and we turn on it in trust.
inside of each hand
and around it so firmly it's squeezed.
when in her night time it blooms.
inside of his head, the sun is so bright.
as each your face,
beneath white cotton is revealed and unveiled.
'O' release those sweet lips.
White pearls and pink slips, lass i hear them sigh,
like the wind through the leaves in the trees.
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