Summer Love - Poem by Nicole Figueroa
Arms entwined in true loves embrace
He holds her close to kiss her face.
The gentle warmth of skin next to skin,
The tender feelings that wells up within.
With eyes closed, she breathes him in so fine,
This man so beautiful, so sublime.
His gentle caresses on skin so smooth,
In parallel unison their bodies move.
In slow rhythmic motion their bodies unite,
Touching, caressing in the soft moonlight.
Feeling the cool summer breeze as they make love,
Whilst bright new stars twinkle above.
They sense the freedom, the love, the pride,
Of being able to make love outside.
Unseen by others in their own little spot,
Surely no one else on earth could have what they've got.
No longer hiding what they truly feel,
This love of theirs they know it's for real.
Hearts that have hidden feelings for so long,
Now explode with love and desire so strong.
For these two they will always find,
That they are as one in heart and mind,
For to each other they are companions, lovers, and friends.
This kind of love will never end.
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