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Offline mickward

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A Life to Share
« on: June 10, 2006, 05:04:30 AM »
Our wedding day is sadly done,
Rising moon chases setting sun.
And here we stand in hotel suite,
Hand in hand and feet to feet.
You stand in creamy silk and lace,
A cobweb veil hides your face.
You lift the veil and my heart does flutter,
Your skin glows softly like dairy butter.
My love, I have waited for this hour,
And now your lips I must devour.
Can my fortune be this real,
As our lips form tender seal.
As passion climbs our clothes are shed,
But not for us the marriage bed.
With indecent haste our passions soar,
Our bodies fold onto the floor.
Two form as one as bodies join,
Breast to breast and loin to loin.
We kiss and touch with mutual pleasures,
And search our bodies for buried treasures.
Like lock and key we form our link,
Your flesh surrounds mine like coat of mink.
Our dancing bodies seek to thrill,
We delve each valley and climb each hill.
And when at last we reach our peak,
Our breaths too heavy to even speak.
We seek at last our marriage bed,
Where we shoulder each other's head.
Could this then be our destined life?
Not you and me, but man and wife.
Perhaps my love, my angel fair,
We may yet have a life to share?????

« Last Edit: June 13, 2006, 11:44:23 AM by mickward »

Lin

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Re: A Life to Share
« Reply #1 on: June 13, 2006, 08:13:12 AM »
Just a couple of changes Mick - great poem though

Lin

     A Life to Share
on: 10-06-2006, 11:04:30      

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Our wedding day is sadly done,
Rising moon chases setting sun.
And here we stand in hotel suite,
Hand in hand and feet to feet.
You stand in creamy silk and lace,
A cobweb veil hides your face.
You lift the veil and my heart does flutter,
Your skin glows softly like dairy butter - Does dairy butter glow???
My love, I have waited for this hour,
And now your lips I must devour.
Can my fortune be this real,
As our lips form airtight seal. Could you change this its a bit technical?
As passion climbs our clothes are shed,
But not for us the marriage bed.
With indecent haste our passions soar,
Our bodies fold onto the floor.
Two form as one as bodies join,
Breast to breast and loin to loin.
We kiss and touch with mutual pleasures,
And search our bodies for buried treasures.
Like lock and key we form our link,
Your flesh surrounds mine like coat of mink.
Our dancing bodies seek to thrill,
We delve each valley and climb each hill.
And when at last we reach our peak,
Our breaths too heavy to even speak.
We seek at last our marriage bed,
Where we shoulder each other's head.
Could this then be our destined life?
Not you and me, but man and wife.
Perhaps my love, my angel fair,
We may yet have a life to share??

Offline mickward

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Re: A Life to Share
« Reply #2 on: June 13, 2006, 11:41:41 AM »
Hi Lin,

  Blimey, are you so young that you have never seen dairy butter, or am i getting too old (don't answer that!). Fresh butter is the most glorious of creamy yellow.

  I see what you mean about the technical line though and I'll alter accordingly.

  Thanks

  Mick
« Last Edit: June 13, 2006, 11:52:34 AM by mickward »

Lin

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Re: A Life to Share
« Reply #3 on: June 14, 2006, 03:35:53 AM »
Then perhaps its the word GLOW which mades me think more about it.  The word Glow according to the dictionary means "red with heat  Brightness, redness, white with heat, heat produced by exercise.

This is why I mentioned seeing butter glow - surely it would melt!! LOL

PS you got a dog eh?  is she a special dog for your needs  or just the all round family pet?   What's her name?

All the best

Lin

« Last Edit: June 14, 2006, 03:39:24 AM by Lin »