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This poem is about missing someone and about desire. I wrote it when I thought my boyfriend and I might break up, and I had this feeling like I had to get as many good memories with him as possible before I lost him.
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|by Xallanthia Zentralthan
I wish I could see you,
Your eyes stir up my passion.
I wish I could hold you,
And feel your arms tight around me,
Keeping me safe.
I wish I could kiss you,
Moist lips pressed together,
Tongues entwined in the ritual dance
That nobody teaches, but everyone knows.
I wish for the pressure
Of your body on top of mine,
Or of mine on yours,
Close as possible,
I wish I could lay my head on your chest
To cuddle while watching a movie,
And really watch it
Just knowing you're there.
I wish for this reassurance
That you'll always be there for me.
That you love me.
I wish to show you
How much I love you.
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