Lover. - Poem by Leani Auxilio
Sling your leg over my shoulder as I
I draw hearts on your tongue;
Come conquer this body just like
Like this isn't impossibly wrong.
Because it's wrong, wrong, so very wrong between
This kiss, your violently trembling fingers and
This heart, my passion; all the world
Crushed and frenzied, the farthest from calm
In our tightly mashed together upturned palms.
Can't keep my hands off, can't wait any longer
The silk curtain I rip away to reveal satin
Oh, so much better.
Feel my desire waxing, see it engulfing yours.
Ran out of patience, there's no more time;
Feel your body rising up, hear the explosions in my mind.
I won't hold back now, gotta make you mine.
Mine. Love, be branded by my fever.
Mine. You're mine baby: Now, always, and forever.
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