Love alight (Original Poem)

Love alight (Original Poem)

Posted on Tuesday, January 10th, 2017 at 9:02 pm and is filed under Art of Living, Love, poem, poetry, Poetry, soul, Uncategorized | 0


Written by @linzo

Once upon a night fall, in the midnight-gaze

Lovers lay their nests, under a moonlit maze

Exchanging a kiss to quench their craze


I leaped up the fence to catch a glimpse

Of merging lips that cause a lapse

Within the lungs, out-breathed like a corpse


Tongues entangled, party alight

A dance so moist causing delight

A slippery waltz, launching a flight


Breathing awarded a heightened sound

Transient pleasure, lovers on the ground

Hearts paced to the rhythm of a pound

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