Sarah Kozlowski

(Chicago, Illinois, USA)

Touch - Poem by Sarah Kozlowski

A light kiss
A soft touch
His gentle caress
Means so much
I lie quietly
In his arms
Enveloped by warmth
Won over by charms
He rubs me softly
Massages my pain
I don't think I'll
Feel this good again
His heart beats
In my ear
It feels so good
To be so near
He leans down
Kiss so light
In his arms
I feel so right
His gentle care
Means so much
Fill me with love
With just a touch

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003

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