Sighing For You. - Poem by Fay Slimm
I wait, and am filling my soul with you.
I drown in the longing, my heart will break
If you do not arrive from space, wooing
Me with your passionate word. We will make
Paradise sing when you step into my
Welcoming arms. Nothing will harm me again.
In your tenderest care I will take flight.
Pleasuring you, come tonight I'll make plain
How I thrill to your gentle embrace, take
Me my lover as you will, - - a fire
Lives in my soul and desires you, so make
Your bed soon in my arms. Lift me no higher
Than into your heart, taste honey with me
Tonight, I will feed you with love's dew, then.
We will no longer fight against fate. Freedom
Awaits, so come, let's be sated again.
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