Hurt - Poem by Kevin East
Laying naked in the moonlight.
To come together
Such sweet delight.
She quakes in the act of love.
She aches for my hand in her glove.
That desperate sensual ride
Two stars collide.
Then deep contented sleep
I kiss her breast and weep
She gave me all I need
I leave her with my seed.
But I'll be gone before the dawn.
Before a new sun is born.
Love won't bring me to my knees
I fling the memory to the breeze.
Though I'll miss you in the rain
You will cast away my pain.
When in dreams you'll smother me
With kiss of ecstasy.
My hurt will drift away to sea.
And I'll smile again
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