A Taste of You

sensual-lips

A Taste Of You

Long are the days
lonely are my nights
since I tasted your body
my urges won’t subside
it is your kiss I relish with
a sweet aftertaste I adore
your flavor never fades
you leave me craving more

Moments go by so quick
yet memories forever stay
I’ll always long for your taste
only you can quench this urge
it doesn’t matter where I go
doesn’t matter what I do
life will never be the same
since I had a taste of you

Photo borrowed from Google Images.

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80 thoughts on “A Taste of You

  1. I’m not sure what this says about me but in my head, it’s about the taste of a forbidden one…. that you can’t get out of your head (or anywhere else)… and you’re left wanting more but it can never be. Ah… I love how I now feel like I have to go write that story! Thanks for the inspiration. 🙂

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  2. Your writing affects the mind and heart of your readers. The words flow so easily that images in the mind reflexively stimulate sentiments in the heart.

    By the way, I was paid big bucks to allow that professional google photographer to shoot this picture of my lips. I could be wrong, but I feel it emasculates me somewhat.

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  3. Some delights spoil us for others. There is always the one, single delicacy, we want to savour, over and over and over. You describe this feeling so very well, my friend.

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  4. I am really enjoying the result of your mushy mood. Another lovely poem which leaves a lovely taste. One wonders what that taste you talk about is like. Sounds like the taste of honey and magic and of course to lose it would be tragic 😉

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