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The Last Summer Sunrise

Poetry By: Michael68

Passionate embrace at the last rise of the summer sun.

Submitted:Sep 2, 2011    Reads: 12    Comments: 2    Likes: 0   

Here we stand together once again,
my arms holding you so close
as the morning sun slowly rises over the mountains
and the crisp country air
caressing us ever so gently.
Looking into your eyes
I can see glimmers of the morning sun
shimmering within them
along with the illumination of your love
that you feel for me.
You stare so lovingly at me for a moment
a gentle and enamored smile upon your lips shows
yet neither of us says nothing at the moment.
Only remaining here at the shore of this lake,
you wearing my shirt
and me in my shorts,
as you rest your head upon my chest.
I hear you tell me
how you love me more
than I could ever comprehend.
And I believe you,
remembering all that you do for me,
and how you care and worry so much for me
beyond that which anyone else ever has.
But I don't need to say a word,
for you know that I understand it too well
as I hold you even tighter
while my soul is overwhelmed
by the ecstasy of the love which we share.
Like a tidal wave submerging me into its fathoms,
and I willingly let myself be absorbed into it,
as this monumental amorousness
brings us closer than we ever thought possible.
Then my Lady,
you lift your head up to me again
and let our lips meet is a sweet and tender kiss.
Lips brush against lips
expressing the passion and true love
that only we two can embrace and understand,
as we welcome the last summer day
before the autumn does come
and the world once again starts to change.


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