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Dreaming that the person you long for feels the same way about you.
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If Only I Knew
It is you I think of
My fingertips touching your lips
Moving slowly to your cheeks
And lightly over closed eyes
A breath sucked in
And slowly exhaled
Is my touch painful?
My fingers keep moving
I can feel your breath on my face
As you move closer
My heart beats faster
Waiting for your lips to touch mine
I wet my lips
Your lips touch mine gently
Hearts beat faster
I lean forward
Strong hands on my back
Bring me closer
Not close enough
Mouths open wider
Hands move to my neck and up
To cup my head
Fingers snake through my hair
You hold on tighter
Your grasp pulls me forward
My hair is loose now
Twisted through your fingers
Thigh touches thigh
Your hard chest is strained against me
Hands slowly fall away
I open my eyes
Looking into yours I see myself
I hope youíre thinking what I am
I wish I knew
If only I knew
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