In A Heartbeat - Poem by D.A. Woods
In a heart beat - I'd kiss your lips,
hold you close, no chance of a miss.
In a heart beat - I'd lay you down,
amongst the daisies that surround.
In a heart beat - I'd stroke the hair out of your eyes,
kiss you all over until dawns rise.
In a heart beat - I'd place my head on your left breast,
listen to the eagerness from within your chest.
In a heart beat - I'd take you within my desire,
let the flames take hold which takes us higher.
In a heart beat - it races, through my skin it spasms,
you can see what you do to me with your rhythm.
In a heart beat - I'd forever hold your hand,
listen to our orchestra play within loves bandstand.
In a heart beat...
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