kimberly craig

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Here I Sit - Poem by kimberly craig

Here i sit
in the stillness of a hot August night
the darkness of the mountains looms over me
trapping me
confining me
to the point i need to gasp for air
my only thoughts are of you
your soft, sweet lips
your silky hair
the feel of you against me
everything that i was
has been wiped away
completely erased, all by you
you have done this to me
woven a magic spell
and i unsuspectingly have fallen
deeper and deeper
with a glance
a smile, a caress
you alone have created a new person
one who needs you
depends on your tenderness
for her own strength
i feel as a shadow of myself, an image of you
i am yours


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Poem Submitted: Saturday, April 15, 2006



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