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In my blood
A fire lays dormant
My soul
Cries out
The slightest thought
A simple reminder
That look from your eyes
A gentle breeze
The fire ignites
Desire runs wild
My arms ache to hold you
My lips whisper your name
To feel you skin on mine
To be wrapped inside your love
My breath quickens
My ears strain for your voice
To know you're beside me
To have your hands in mine
My body remembers you
My blood pounds within me

Only you could bring relief
To the torment
Your absence leaves behind
My heart beats with yours
Hold me

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Believe in yourself, for you are your best encouragement.


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The following comments are for "Hold me"
by silentgoodbye

silent good-bye
This was wonderful. It really brought me back to a similar place and time. Thanks for taking me there.

Felicia

( Posted by: FeliciaStone [Member] On: September 26, 2005 )

Wow...
I love this poem...I've had that feeling before..well, recently anyways...I like the fact that it shows alot of feelings...I really love this poem...The word choice and word placement are just perfect...This is an outstanding poem..You can visualize the "wanting to be hold" as you read the words...Excellent job, silent...

Au Revoir,
Windsong

( Posted by: Windsong [Member] On: March 3, 2006 )





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