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Donít fear what you feel.
Havenít you heard
that confession is good for the soul?
Souls that dance for all time
are already one.
The union of flesh only a pale reminder
of what eternity knows to be true.
Yet you deny it with your lips,
your fleeting touch cruel,
a moment of bliss that
draws me in like a singularity.
Your lips form a no,
an outrageous lie revealed
by your suddenly weighted breaths
and a hesitant pull away.
I can feel your body cry out,
ďDonít, please, donít,
ah, donít go, stay
and play a bit more
give a little heat. Yes, your heat
and tender slivers of want.
Oh, that delicious want.
Make it last foreverĒ
When you beg for the blend,
the heady wonders
of heated couplings,
I hear you. I feel you.
My skin knows yours,
intimately. These hands
have walked the sweep of your thighs,
the round line of your breasts
and have led geese up your spine
and they have made you mine
you remember, donít you?
If you cant, itís fine.
These nimble fingers
are eager to remind you.
I look at you and see
fantastic possibilities
and alternate realities.
I see the congress of souls,
broken hearts made whole
and the twisted logic
of wrongs made right
and passioned cries
beneath pale dark skies.
Resist? The pleasure, the pain?
Why deny what you canít?
Damn, just let go.
Give in, give me
all of it, all of you.
Let me plumb the depths
and reach the dark aches
that crave attention.
Let me slip into your soul
and fill the spaces
that leave you cold at night.
I want to warm you from the inside
And see your eyes sparkle in the twilight.
And if Iím wrong?
Well, we know that I am not,
but if Iím wrong,
then pretenders in character
are what weíll be.
But my desire for you,
yes, my desire for you,
is real and frighteningly unimaginable.
And though you claim
it is other than what it can only be,
forever it remains

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The following comments are for "Undeniable"
by BMartinez

A modern Song of Solomon! Liked this very much.

( Posted by: peterpaulino [Member] On: February 12, 2005 )

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