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This poem was written for a guy who, at the time, meant the world to me. I had gone away for a trip and he was constantly on my mind. Sometimes love makes you feel crazy things.
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I Can't Stop
|by Stacy Williams
I can't stop thinking about you
Wondering if you think of me, too
I can't stop thinking of your lips
Oh! How soft they are between mine
I can't stop imagining your hands
As they caress my every hair and limb
I can't stop thinking of your face
How I love it and it thanks me in return.
I can't stop thinking of your voice,
As sexy as the body it possesses.
I can't stop feeling your touch inside me.
My temperature rises and emotions explode.
I can't stop thinking of how much I want you,
how I need you
No matter what you do,
I can't stop thinking about you.
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