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Morning Silhouette



Morning Silhouette
By DrummerRic74 on 03/06/2012
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Sunlight creeps in through lazy blinds
As another day yawns and awakes
The sound of birds, sweet melodies
Yeah, another day to make new mends

She is lying beside me and I take notice
That my eyes always hunger her skin
Her silhouette is deep in my sheets
I cannot resist my stare and grin

My hand braves on to reach for her
Her warmth and mine meet as one
She turns to me and softly whispers
"Hello my prince. Wanna have some fun?"

Eager with every emotion that possess me
How can I resist her willing invitation?
I am restrained in place and submitting
Can she know what weakens my inhibition?

Her scent fills the air we share
Our rhythm beckons up the pace
My eyes and hers speak absent words
I cannot deny that she is true grace

I want to scream but am out of breath
I want to quiver but not just yet
I want to implode, she is so fine
Now I am hers, and she is mine

Our bodies are entwined
Her breath now my own
With all of my being I find
I cannot escape her unknown


By DrummerRic74 On 3/6/2012 8:43:07 AM
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