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This was written for man that has shown me how to receive and share, not just give. I can only try to describe how he makes me feel, I hope someone else can relate to this poem, everyone should be this close to heaven just once.
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|by Kamma Roberts
I look deep in your eyes.
I see there what I feel inside.
We share something between us,
Neither one of us can hide.
I feel your lips touch mine,
I loose all my control,
All it took was a look and a kiss,
To know you were part of my soul.
I see your hands on my skin,
I want and need you to do more,
The passionate look you give me,
Tells me heaven is in store.
I feel your need against my thigh,
I know you will fulfill every wish,.
We were made to fit together,
And all it took was a look and a kiss.
I look deep in your eyes,
And I see heaven there inside,
You make me feel so beautiful,
What I feel for you I cannot hide.
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