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This is a poem of love and lust, mostly the loneliness between. From the mind of a man lost between reality and his dreams.

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Thoughts Of Passion Rises and Fall

My thoughts frequent passion
under night's crescent moon,
the soft touch of a companion,
thus so begins the swoon.

A tight squeeze and body heat,
firm pressure below,
deep rhythms cause chasms
of orgasms to flow.

Honest lies whispered sweet,
hearts race within a beat,
to a release so intense
our fingers clinch before the fall,
Gods name said in vain,
bodies left in an Awe!

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