Cheré Mason

Rookie (28 November 1986 / South Africa)

So Much Fun - Poem by Cheré Mason

I don’t know how to word, all the feelings that cross my soul
When he touches me so gently, when we willingly become whole
The sensations are too great, the feeling is so raw
The beauty that we create, lust-driven to want more
The taste of forbidden fruit, so electrifyingly real
Such amazing explosions, words that can’t exist, I feel
I am driven of the edge, into a world of bright colours
Places where there is only peace, and satisfyingly exhausted lovers
It is amazing, enchanting and so very frightening
To think, to feel, to be, to want, all so very exciting
In a world where two think as one, where two can be one
This is the world of making love, and god is it ever so much fun

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, April 21, 2005

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