Desires of You

My honeymoon in Puerto Rico inspired this. The poems about two lovers on the beach as his heart fills with his thoughts.

 
You are so beautiful my love
Your eyes are two dark pools of dark desire
Waiting for loves kiss of fire
Within lies your awaiting heart
Forever beats passions drums from the start
Tasting the honey that drips from your lips
The world stops turning embraced in your kiss
The moon shining upon your soft face
Like a goddess in the night in my arms embraced
Together our hearts beating now as one
All through the night until the rising of sun
Like the waves that crash upon the rocks
Making love through the night never does stop
Looking up your two breasts I do see
Like two ripe mangos hung on a beautiful tree
Your hair is like fine silk waving in the wind
Passions ecstasy overcomes us as your climax begins
Never wanting to be freed by your loves velvet grip
Loves waterfall crashing upon us you open your lips
Soft moans of pleasure rise as they get louder it seems
The most I could give you of me you’re the girl of my dreams
You are so beautiful my love
Your eyes are two dark pools of dark desire
Waiting for loves kiss of fire
Within lies your awaiting heart
Forever beats passions drums from the start
Tasting the honey that drips from your lips
The world stops turning embraced in your kiss
 
Desires of You

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