Treasure Island

Erato


Dreaming The Night Away


My dear, I dream of you every night
and each of the dreams give me great delight.
Your beauty and loveliness are displayed
as in loves sweet slumber each dream is played.

I dream of your two voluptuous breasts
each calling out to me to be caressed.
Then my heart begins to beat very fast
enjoying each moment, making them last.

I dream of your lips giving me a kiss
and think, 'What a wonderful dream is this.'
Then my hands caress your body so fine
as it warmly knits together with mine.

I lay there embraced in loves sweet power
savouring the joy of each passing hour.
Praying that the daylight would not descend.
That this delightful dream would never end.

Submitted: Thursday, September 25, 2014
Edited: Thursday, September 25, 2014

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