Your Whisper In My Ear - Poem by Camilla Ghosh
Your whisper in my ear,
Your breath against my skin.
Teasing me and coaxing me,
It stirs me deep within.
A need, a lust, a longing,
A desperate lovers curse.
I catch your scent and nothing,
Could possibly be worse.
For now my heart is racing,
And the tears come crashing down.
I ache and break; the sobs I make,
Become the only sound.
But of course I cannot show it,
My turmoil is concealed.
For should I cry and scream and howl,
My love would be revealed.
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