The Lips Embracing Mine, This Time, and Why

Blooming blushed lips that lift to nip swell mine,
I cherish wholly, and the arms that hold
My body, whole me; all of me boldly,
Becoming love tonight, inhales and then sighs,
Gaze to the moon; then fall into shut-eye.
My heart counts out the beats of every note,
These treasures are endless arpeggios,
Ever echoing the bliss of this time.
More cherished than glistening coins of Gold
Is the timbre of our Suite of embraces,
Tranquillo Nocturne, given so freely.
My rising eyes linger on radiance
For all history’s horrors you enfold
In adagietto that completes me.

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About m.a. wood

writer, thinker, musician, teacher
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