About the Poem
Maintaining a long distance relationship is not the easiest thing to do. I wrote this poem after spending an enjoyable weekend with my girlfriend. Although we spent a great 48 hours together, I longed for her again after she got on the plane.
|by Puzzle Piece
How long before
I kiss your sweet lips
Tasting the curves of
As we unite.
I get to hold you in my arms
Feeling your soft curves
Pressing against my body
As we embrace.
How many days must pass until
I love you on all levels
Intoxicating you on
The physical, spiritual and mental
As we fit.
I slumber off next to you
Taking comfort in
Your rhythmic breathing
As we sleep.
How long must
I wait to behold you in my gaze
Reading love of the mind and heart
As we look into each otherís souls.
I see you
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