Wilfred Owen Bitner

Rookie (04/30/1960 / earth)

Forever Never Lasts - Poem by Wilfred Owen Bitner

The smell of your hair in my nostrils,
the warmth of your skin touching mine,
the soft music of your voice in my ears,
the sweet taste of your lips as they part for me,
and the magical vision of your eyes as they lock onto mine.
We promise each other this moment will last forever, and we both mean it.
But forever never lasts.

The sight of your lithe naked body, reaching out to me,
the salty taste of your neck, your breasts, and your stomach,
the building thunder of our voices as we grow into each other,
the heat that we create as our entwined bodies become as one,
and the musky scent of our sex as our passion reaches critical mass.
We both could live forever in this enraptured dream
But forever never lasts.

Now I can still smell your exotic perfume,
I can still hear your soft breath in my ear,
I can still feel your tender hand in mine,
and I can still taste your flavoured kisses on my mouth.
and I will always remember the look in your eyes
as you made those promises to me,

But now you've gone away, and still, I will love you forever,
and I'm hoping, and I'm praying
That, forever never lasts.


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Poem Submitted: Friday, April 29, 2011

Poem Edited: Saturday, May 7, 2011


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