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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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oh ,it ws such a nice poem,,so much feelings in it,i loved it,seems like you are missing your love badly,i touched my heart and reminded me of my love. thank you for sharing such a nice feeling . shaila
Can reality be forged from wishes? Is love so patient and kind? Can there be one defining clue? Who knows?
silly goose
Passion is in the eyes of the beholder -it's wonderful!
exactly what I was looking for

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I Wish

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,
So wonderful.

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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silly goose
If wishes were horses beggars would ride
nice poem
omg! i was lookin for a poem about wishes and ambition an di came across this one! it melted my heart and i rele felt what it meant!
I like this poem very much, and i had sent it to my friend, i hope she didn't get mad on me. I love this poem, i hope she'll write again, it's so natural and real, but it also had an art in it.
well as i was doing my homework i came across this at a time in my life probably similar to her's at the time and it melted my heart...
it was an excellant poem, i enjoyed it so much that i shared it with all of my friends and they think it is an excellent poem to
exactly how i am feeling right now toward my boyfriend -- well he is kinda my ex right now... Awsome poem
I love this poem!
A very touching poem that I could relate to. Thank you.
Truly excellent poem!! I love this poem I WISH thank you Zzkat
It was so passionate and sweet
That was a great poem. It had to be the best love poem I have ever read. It makes me want to write poems.
Your poem is so beautiful. It says everything I want to say to my lover. Thankyou.
What a beautiful poem this is! I came to this site looking for the perfect verse to express how I feel right now, and this poem was definitely it!!!

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