Why Do You Love Me - Poem by James McLain
It is because of words
that wrap inside your mind
like silk in winds
that cool your face
when blushed it's run,
it's hands in over you.
It can remove your heart
and taste the beat that stills
the face that launched
ships that all return,
to touch silks smile that
It is the hand that shakes a
inside mountains navarone
on every foggy night you have.
It is the mind of cottons linen sheet
you wrap me in when i cant sleep so
safe and warm inside the smile you wear.
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