Pillow Talk

Poem by: Rachel Azure

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A poem about moving on and moving out.

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Submitted: May 05, 2007

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Submitted: May 05, 2007

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I hold your head

With both hands

And try not to smile

As the idea bounces from your lips

And tickles my tongue

 

I want to live with you!

 

I want to rise

Each morning next to you

And take comfort in your

Drowsy gaze and

Patient body

 

I want to fall

Asleep each night

Exhausted

 

From our love making

 

I am yours for the taking!


© Copyright 2016 Rachel Azure. All rights reserved.

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A poem about moving on and moving out.

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