Lowanda Lee

Just Tonight - Poem by Lowanda Lee

I am not a child I know what I want
My body say yes, but my mind say don't,
I have this desire that burns deep inside
I want you, and I will not be denied.
You come to me in most of my dreams
You seem so real, or so it seems,
I have wanted you for such a long time
Just tonight, you will be mine.
Playing soft music as we relax
Before we melt into each other like wax,
Let me whisper sweet words in your ear
The tune of our bodies is what I want to hear.
I want you to show me you the man
Make me weak, from the touch of your hand,
Stroke me hard, stroke me long, but stroke me right
Not asking for forever, just tonight.
I want you to put out this fire
Bring the woman out of me and this longing desire,
I want you to hold me in your strong embrace
Softly kiss my lips. And make my heart race.
Create me a memory with thoughts of you
When you made a fantasy came true.
I want to hold you in my arms so tight
Tomorrow is not promised, 'Just Tonight'.

Written……..2008…Copyrighted…2008 ….LLLEE

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  • (9/8/2009 2:52:00 PM)

    just tonight....how right....a man and his queen...like in a dream...beautiful...woman singing...man ringing...what a sight to behold...God walks among us...when a queen is in sight...I love what you have said from inside yourself...I hope i am right... (Report)Reply

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, September 8, 2009

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