More Than An Embrace - Poem by Elizabeth Sheaffer
For the first time in nearly two weeks,
I saw your face today.
You smiled when you saw me,
And pulled me so close,
Not knowing you trouble my sleep.
'I missed you, ' escaped your lips.
Your warm embrace gave me comfort.
It's amazing I even knew what you said
When all I could think as I stood there,
Was how you I so longed to kiss.
It's not often these days that I see you,
But every time that I do
I'm reminded of why I feel so strongly.
I stand in your arms, inhaling your scent,
Knowing my love's all too true.
When I see you my heart starts to race
And my pulse goes nearly sky high.
I'll bet you can read my thoughts;
There's no way you can possibly be unaware
That I long for more than an embrace.
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