Anais Dieudonnee


Letting Go - Poem by Anais Dieudonnee

At night I awake and know that you`re there,
the sound of your breath, the scent of your hair,
I kiss you so gently on a half open eye,
a pool that glistens like the stars in the sky,
you whisper 'Je t'aime' while still half asleep,
is it still me that you dream of so deep?
take me into your arms, your passion unchain
your sweet lips meeting mine again & again,
your need drives you deeper, my body's on fire,
the ultimate expression of loves sweet desire,
mighty wave upon wave before falling & falling,
i belong to you fully then dawn comes calling.
You'll awaken soon & reality will be yours,
i steal one last kiss, my tears fall to the floor,
i rise from our embrace without moving a cover
i wonder now if you dream of another
one last longing look at you alone in our bed,
is it still me you dream of even now that i'm dead


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Poem Submitted: Sunday, May 9, 2004

Poem Edited: Sunday, May 9, 2004


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