You [Poem by Aletheia Adams]

Your voice muffled,
my eyes verboten,
yet the pull pandemic
Drowning in the wake
of my dream
to hold your hand,
feel the pulse
of our passion

Eyes engrossed
Lips longing,
galvanized
Temperate tremors,
loving sighs

Insecurities abashed
in arms of ecstasy
Swirling in circles of lust
Bare breast suckled,
member embraced

Wielding, walls support
sacrificial delight
down
neck
shoulders
chest
abdomen

Knees buckle,
fingers clasping
hot flesh

You,
my heart’s epitaph

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