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I love poetry and stories that say a lot with a mere few words.. I can't actually say that I slaved over any of my works however.. they seem to just "POP" into my head! Hopefully I have a pen nearby! Sometimes I can sit and think about a story or poem and write one down accordingly. However.. it seems to flow from me even then.. "Every Night" is indeed sexual. Dreamy perhaps? Depends on the reader.. It is written as a woman talking to her male lover..
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...I can't wait to attack
I want to drag my nails down your back...
...I can't wait to feel you near
It's your moan I long to hear...
I want to run my hair along your naked chest...
...Kiss your lips, make you my nest
I want to feel you beside me...
...Love me, Remind me
I want to feel your lips...
...On my neck and on my hips
I can feel you behind me...
...To my left, then to my right
I want to hold and caress you each and every night....
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