Wanting To Touch - Poem by Kenneth Davis
Wanting To Touch by Kenny Davis
How can I touch HER using only my words?
Each letter, a hand, sliding slowly down the smoothness of HER curves.
Every inch of HER body on the tip of its nerves
How can I touch HER using only my eyes?
Each glance, a sensation, in the middle of HER thighs
With each glare, giving me HER 'Don't stop! ' cries
How can I touch HER using only my mind
Endless conversations shifting the sands of time
As if it stopped, a love even seen by the blind
How can I touch HER using only my soul?
With HER and I as one, Each other anxious to hold
A time spent together more precious that gold
How can I touch HER using only my heart?
Where my love for HER overflows, is where I should start
For touching HER without touching become to hard
Too hard to go on any longer without the softness of HER touch
Holding this urge, wanting to hold HER, begins to be too much.
The closer I get, the more my blood begins to rush
SHE is right in front of me, yet couldn't be further away
Though it's in my arms that I want HER to stay
Where to HER I can honestly say, 'I can't help, but love you day by day.'
There's nothing I want more than wanting HER here
In my arms, sharing our joys and our tears
sharing our strengths and our fears, while I can gently whisper and blow in HER ear
It’s wanting that touch, wanting that connection
Wanting to feel, HER everlasting love affection
To freely be able to share our mutual romantic expressions
© March 2010 k.davis
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