RoseAnn V. Shawiak
Silently Placed - Poem by RoseAnn V. Shawiak
Sleeping in your arms all through the night, resting
comfortably in the crook of your arm, silently placid.
Dreaming of your strength encircling me when awake,
loving beauty of your love enveloping me all the time.
Sleepily feeling your breath upon my head, smiling
contentedly, knowing that you are with me.
Never leaving my side because your desire to be with
me keeps you always close.
Loving that about you dear, having you with me, gently,
tenderly, touching and kissing me as I sleep.
When finally awakening, making love and being totally
one throughout the day.
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