Colin Coplin

Rookie - 107 Points (Australia)

J’taime Mon Amour - Poem by Colin Coplin

Give me a breast to lie on
To caress and nibble, when the winter winds blow
Give me the hungry scent of your perfumed thighs
To send my mind heaven knows
Give me the landscape you bare so proud
The body few have come to know

But before you give me any of these
Give me the smile, that captured my heart, and causes loves juices to flow

And so I’ve learned
That J’taime mon amour aren’t just silly words to say
J’taime mon amour means I love you
I love you more each day

Give me the dreams, I gained from your touch
The fresh feelings of paradise, entered in your love
Allow me the look so beautiful
The look of happiness in bloom
Share with me everlasting closeness
Beneath each evening moon

And with each new sun, share with me
The dawn embrace of love unity

Leave nothing to chance and nothing to waste
While It’s not new, it’s true
I was born for loving you
J’taime mon amour

And so I’ve learned
That J’taime mon amour aren’t just silly words to say
J’taime mon amour means I love you
I love you more each day

Give me a breast to lie on
To caress and nibble, when the winter winds blow
Give me the hungry scent of your perfumed thighs
To send my mind heaven knows
Give me the landscape you bare so proud
The body few have come to know

Leave nothing to chance and nothing to waste
J’taime mon amour

And so I’ve learned
That J’taime mon amour aren’t just silly words to say
J’taime mon amour means I love you
I love you more each day

And so I’ve learned
That J’taime mon amour aren’t just silly words to say
J’taime mon amour means I love you
I love you more each day

Copyright Colin Coplin 1985 / 2010


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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, December 8, 2010



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