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This is a poem that I wrote after one of the first dates my husband and I had. I remember feeling totally elated, as if I were truly walking on air. Three years later he still makes me feel that way!
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One of Many Desires
|by Brandi Schneider
I love what it is like to take all of you
inside of me.
It is in your eyes
It is in your touch
It is in your movement.
Who needs to sleep when our nights are like this?
With the moon, the stars and the sky
When you take me in your arms
Laying your body so close to mine.
I want to lose my mind inside your head
I want to know you and you me.
I want and need to understand the mystery
Of who and why we've become one.
This is only one of my many desires...
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