My Love | Early Poems - Poem by Anna Maria
I want to crawl into the iris of your eye and fall fast into quiet sleep.
I want to fall into your mouth.
I want to swim through your veins.
I want to drown in your heart.
Your eyes melt my winter.
Whether imagination, or reality,
You are the one behind my breast.
I have locked you in my ribcage;
Hidden you beneath my flesh.
You are embedded in my nervous system.
I love you. I want you.
I want your flesh,
I want your bones,
I want your fluids,
I want your laughter,
I want your tears,
I want your thoughts,
I want your dreams,
I want your senses,
I want your spirit,
I want your love.
I want to breathe you into my lungs.
I want to drink you.
I want to sing you.
Love me love me love me,
And I will love you into the clouds.
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