This Is How I Feel For You

Poem by: Vixxy Vicious

Summary

A poem about the benefits of true love.

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Submitted: May 24, 2010

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Submitted: May 24, 2010

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Your breath mixes with mine-

with love sounds like sweet alcohol,

and just as intoxicating.

Drawn taunt and soft, like skin on bone

I feel your heartbeat sing upon mine,

and I hear a quiet internal song

so old,

and new,

given birth by my youth

and wildness, my thirst for freedom and love.

Your acceptance is what bridles me.

Makes me tame and docile,

but it also gives you the key to my lock

Where I keep my hungry desires kept

not fit for another's eyes.

Except yours

but please don't mind if I shut my own,

for it's terrifying, how uncontrollable my lust and love is

for you and your voice

your eyes

your sweet-hot breath

your skin.

Pulses mix and lovely tensions rise

with motion

that only adds to the moment.

I want the thing that keeps you with me,

that keeps you loving,

that keeps you unafraid

of me and my unlocked cages,

thrown wide for your self only.

Teach me how to love freedom.


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A poem about the benefits of true love.
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