Sheet Envy - Poem by Andy Brookes
A quantity of rain fell in the night
And the morning sparkled,
like your eyes, which sort me,
Crystals blue orbs of sky,
As I dressed.
You moved languid
And I felt passion stir.
The sheets moulded to your form
Delicately hugging you,
Making me jealous of their caress.
I wanted to to enfold you in my arms
But work beckoned and I left
With one long loving lingering kiss;
Which I shall keep warm till tonight.
I left breathless.
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