Once More

Ξ December 8th, 2008 | → Comments Off on Once More | ∇ Women's Poetry |

I awoke to the darkness

When a hush is in the air

To smell of my lover

Though she was not there

Her fragrance hung

Like morning dew to vine

I felt her fill the room

This lady love of mine

She washes over me

Oceans to their shore

She leaves me wanting

And begging her for more

In total darkness

Rising up to greet her

To revel in her mysteries

Once more, once more my lover


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