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Her Secret Remains Silent

Poetry By: Michael68
Poetry



A Poem to a woman who is my special artist and whose love painted such beauty within my soul.


Submitted:Aug 27, 2011    Reads: 850    Comments: 0    Likes: 0   


She embraces the forbidden passion
with the man who her heart calls out to her
the one who she longs to be with each moment
of the day and night.
The romance of the older man she loves
who shows her such respect, love and support,
which she can not find with anyone else.
The only one she can talk to
for even her family does not want to understand or care
of the problems that she does go through.

At night she lays in her bed dreaming of him,
her tall and handsome lover
who shares all that he is with her
with the multitude of single nights they shared.
His lips softly touching hers,
breathing new life into her soul,
and the way his fingers so gently
move over her bare skin
exploring every curve with such delicate caress,
Taking the moment slow and tender
always asking her if this was alright
and if she was comfortable with this.
She knew that this was more than just some line,
he really was concerned about her feelings.
As when their bodies joined as one,
she felt her soul soar so high
as the friction between them ignited a passion
so intense to the likes that she never knew.
Her body shivering and opening up to him,
not wanting this moment to end.
And within those moment
when their bodies were joined
and limbs entwined
they found a closeness
she had never felt with any other man.

No she kept her lover a secret from so many
away from the eyes of her family
for she knew would not understand
the love that they shared so deeply.
Even though she wants to tell the world
and to have him pick her up like a normal date,
that was something that she knew was not going to happen.
Not till the time when she breaks free from the nest
and start a life upon her own.......
or a life with him.
Till then her love and lover remains silent,
her secret for now stays silent.





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