That Tryst Worth Forgetting - Poem by RIC BASTASA

i see you
and you follow me
my gaze tells you,

inside my room where i have been all alone,
where my loneliness is killing me,
you know what i want, you have a heart,
i need love, more love, and you know it,
and you follow me inside my room, as i undress myself,
and you understand, my thirst and my hunger, my longing and my pain,
and you undress yourself,
and you touch my face, and i touch yours, and then i kiss you
and you smile, and you wipe away my fears, and then we make love
throughout the night, and the morning after, i still see you sleeping, and i leave you a note, (and some money too) , i know, it will be the last, since deep within,
i found no love from you.

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, December 6, 2009

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