Vaun Moore

Rookie (06/25/1982)

Thief - Poem by Vaun Moore

On quiet little cat feet
You come crawling in the thick of the night
Skillfully breaking down my every defense
Until there is only me
Naked and shivering in the full onslaught of your love

Cowering as you wrap me in your arms
The heat from your body
Piercing my icy little heart
Until it melts…

And once again I become human.

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, December 28, 2004

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