Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow? - Poem by Iohannes Silvaticus
Here in your arms I find my home.
They wrap around me, comforting.
I find solace in your embrace
As I'm enveloped by fiery passion.
If I can't hear your heartbeat,
You aren't close enough.
Come closer till our bodies meet,
Till our hearts beat in sync.
Come so close as to let
Our heated blood warm cold souls.
Let our touch replace worn words,
Let our lips make no sound but that of delicate kisses,
Let our hungry hearts find their satisfaction,
Let our lowly souls reach the highest heavens.
But when this bed goes cold,
Will you remember the fiery passion?
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