Black on Black Arts


Journey


Come with me
Let me show you wonders unseen.
Set your mind at ease.
Show me your heart.
And i will show you love without boundaries.
Come with me
I long for your touch.
Hold me close.
Our souls intertwined.
Release all your inhibitions.
Come with me
Don't be scared.
I will never let you go.
Open your eyes to the beauty that is love.
Be free to explore ecstacy.
Let me kiss you there.
I feel you shiver.
We're not done yet.
Come with me.
Mentally orgasmic.
Bodies merge.
Adrenaline based.
Dopamine induced.
Addiction imminent.
Come with me
It's almost over
Outer body inner SPIRIT.
Your afterglow shines.
Supernova blinding.
I can still see you.
Transparent.
Coming Down.
Euphoric.
Don't want it to end.
Your SPIRIT embracing.
Close your eyes rest.
Our trip has come to an end.
Our journey has just begun.
Come with me

Submitted: Thursday, August 29, 2013
Edited: Friday, October 04, 2013

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