Let me touch you

Let me touch you

Baby

Are you awake

No, you must be sleeping as it is very late

Can I lay my head on your shoulder

Place my hand over your heart

I feel the beat

Your skin is warm

I am moving my hand gently down your chest

Sorry darling for feeling you up

I just want to touch you a little

Remind myself of what it was like

To be with you in the night

I am going lower

My digits keen

Seeking your passion as it rests

In its soft and curly nest

Let me pet you

Kisses too

You will think you are dreaming

Of a wish come true

Some angel making love to you

Do not wake my dearest one

Let it rise

Let it come

A dreamy smile your lips does form

As all returns again to norm

I must leave you at your rest

Fly away to another post

Which has been empty of its host

Published by summerhilllane

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24 thoughts on “Let me touch you

      1. Your welcome! I enjoy looking at your drawings and artistic renderings as well as reading your posts. I do my best not to judge others for their lifestyle choices. Choosing instead to focus on their creative content which creates a common ground we can meet upon. Indeed you are a very talented artist and author. Have a great day and an most excellent weedend.

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  1. This is really lovely Summerhill. I can imagine the longing. It reminds me of a song me and my colleagues used to often sing together in the canteen and even louder on a work night out. Well, it’s not exactly the same….but this tune captures the idea of wanting to be with him in the middle of the night, the burning desire the willingness to travel for miles just to be by his side and do the things that will leave him with thrills!

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    1. I love that song by Cindy Lauper, “I’ll drive all night”, and I wish I included it with this poem because it does encompass the longing I was trying to convey. I have a blue car too. πŸ˜‰β€β€β€

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