Your Kiss - Poem by James Casey
A gentle wind caresses my neck, your kiss.
The sun’s warmth covers me, my naked flesh
When I'm away it's you I miss
The warmth I desire, the touch of your flesh
Your smell lingers with me daily
I miss passion filled moments when your eyes look into mine.
Scaring me with their depths, an intriguing design.
Betraying every thought that crosses your mind.
Building a bridge, a path, a road, a bloodline
Traveled by many, my courage unfolds.
Braving stormy seas hand in hand, venturing out into uncharted land.
Many have succeeded, even more have failed.
With intrigue of lust, in love they paled.
Flushing of the lovers cheeks become white
For the rush to touch turns into flight.
And this is where the truth rules
Like a king on a throne whose passions untamed
Turns to his Queen who makes it all right
She then in turn looks to him for insight.
Together they rule better than some,
They are the two who have become one.
Perhaps that explains the need to be
To feel, to touch, to breathe
Then these senses become everything.
A soul separate, a part of the whole,
There's a fire that burns out of control.
Quenched by your kisses, tamed by your touch
In the darkness of night desiring so much.
Never much more than you have to give,
A kiss on my neck like the kiss of the wind.
If you ever leave my side I'll become unpinned
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