Free Verse # 307 (holding her close)

Touching her
she knew
what it is to walk
through flame,
be born of fire.

~

One breath
to fill her;
one breath
to pour all my heat
into her bloodstream;
one breath
to make her womb quiver
gushing out her core
in streams.

~

He loved it
when their eyes met
and conversed,
two birds chirping
in mid sky,
from branch to branch
flying,
singing love
pure and high.

~

Photographer, Benjamin Cosson
Photographer, Benjamin Cosson

Moon through the window…
a sea of poetry
aglow in her skin

~

He stole her breath
sighing in her ear:
now your breath
lives in me,
kissing me is the way
for you to breathe.

~

Scrubbing her skin
with salt and lemon,
preparing the feast

~

Winding endless
through her curves
the fragrant trail
leading him home

~

Tracing poems…
her skin a nightsky
pouring with stars

~

Five favorite things:
the sun in her smile,
the sky in her laughter,
dawn in her eyes,
the river of her hair,
the aroma of her skin.
One more, one more,
the thunder when her breath
from her silent lips rolls.

~

This poem
a wick,
flaming
as it touches
the shiver
of her breath,
burning
as the wax
of our bodies
melts,
joined,
soldered,
a delicious
mess.

~

Listening to her
one silent breath
at a time,
sipping her words,
her presence,
her eyes,
through them plunging
into the deeps
of her ocean heart.

~

His breath
in her skin…
a garden
of wild flowers

~

Ever so full
her wax and wane
in the sea of his heart

~

Holding her close…
closer than a heartbeat
to a beating heart

~

Touching her core
a moan on her lips forms,
an erotic flower
weaved of dark wine,
hot in her need
to have him sip,
drink it whole.

~

On the shore of dawn
her whispering lips
unfold my heart

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