Allan Browne

Forever - Poem by Allan Browne

Like a summer breeze through a meadow
Or the colours in a rainbow
That is what I think, when I think of you
You in my life has made me see this
It has filled my world with meaningful bliss
When we are together it means so very much
I love the feelings I get when we touch

Please do not think that this bubble will burst
In the desert of life you quench my thirst
Though the sands of time will always flow
An eternity my love for you will always grow

Lying beside you and holding you near
Our bodies entwined will always adhere
Feeling your touch, so soft on my skin
Start to lose control is here I begin
Seeing you naked drives me insane
My sexual desire is hard to contain

There and then I want you so much
I have you, I need you, within my clutch
My hand cups your breast, my tongue on your nipple
Watching your body starting to ripple
Finger exploring between your hot thighs
I feel my manhood starting to rise

Over your body, I am ready to please
I open your legs with the greatest of ease
You are ready to take me in gently I slide
I hear your breath quicken, you wont be denied
Deeper into your moist parts I thrust
Our rhythm in sync, no need to adjust
Tighter you clamp round my body I feel
Your pleasure I hear you cannot conceal
Nails in my back dig deep into flesh
Our orgasmic thrusts are ready to mesh

Facial expressions now show it is near
Together we come, our bodies cohere
The feeling of this, no word can be said
Thoughts are ours as we lay on the bed
Holding each other and gently kissing
Knowing in life there is nothing missing

(C) Allan (May 2006)

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Poem Submitted: Friday, May 12, 2006

Poem Edited: Friday, May 12, 2006

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