Diego Adrian Manriquez
We Tend To Resist Each Other - Poem by Diego Adrian Manriquez
Hearts pounding and eyes gleaming, Tears of fear and desperation fall from the pit of your eyes, Times we wonder what were to happen if we could escape, You know, Get away from it all! We often wonder why, Why us? ! Separated by only a few street signs and street lights, Come home, And I will return as well, Make it here and I swear, I will make this pain and suffering worth it.
Tapping on my window and I can only imagine, Imagine the sound of your voice as I walk up to it, Picture you there in silence as the only thing you share with me is a a question, (May I come in?) My heart continues to race, I wish nothing more out of this, Thoughts endlessly flow through my head, And you appear.
As you tell me your problems, I can't stop thinking of kissing you, I want to love you, Not sexually but emotionally, You're a wreck, You're a mess, I want nothing more of you but you lay on your back and lay on top of you, The beating of our hearts continue and get louder, I don't want to express what I feel for fear of ruining the moment, You just play along, (I love it)
Gently stroking your hair as we spoon and share stories of our childhood, From our father's to graduating from middle school, I can't stop staring at your eyes, I want to tell you what I'm feeling but instead we share a lustful kiss, Then you get on top of me and continue to kiss me and move down slowly, Just a tease, Biting my lip and making me love you more.
We get to the point of heavy making out with occasional touching of breasts and pant rubbing, I want to tell you how I'm feeling but my lust got the best of me, Teasing me and teasing me, I am not the first, You do this everytime, We know what we feel but we are too afraid, We've known each other for so long we are too afraid to call ourselves more than just friends.
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