Robert Green


Bed Poem by Robert Green


Slip into cool sheets
under the cover
Two people meet
You and your lover

Touching a must
A kiss, a caress
Building trust
No duress

Fingers do touch
Exploring
Intense, too much?
Eyes Imploring

Radiating glow
Bathed in sweat
Nice and slow
So glad to have met

Breaths short and shallow
Bodies tingling
Minds now mellow
Hearts mingling

Laying sated
Hearts that raced
having mated 
Lovers embraced. 

Lay in the glow
Gone with the flow
Everything slow
To sleep we go. 

Submitted: Monday, May 28, 2012
Edited: Monday, May 28, 2012

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