LaTasha Diane Thomas


Worth The Wait


Ding Dung...
Who could this be
There's a gentleman at my door waiting for me
In his hands two dozen assortments gaping behind
His smile lite up the threshold, this man is definitely fine
Please come in, I'll be right down
Click clack...
Five inch pumps, ready for a night out on the town
My perfume filled the room, I'm dressed to the nines
Sharing our first toast
Our palates in bliss as we sip on berry flavored wine
So delicately, he tucks me into his chariot
May I...
Great manners as he pulls my chair
The waiter glanced at us thinking what a lovely pair
Conversation defined as strong and infinite
Feeding him cake, how can this get more intimate
You see...
It's only a matter of time before sinful thoughts plague my mind
My body thirsting with unquenchable yen
Dessert tasting of chocolate covered lust drizzled with sin
Insatiable passion floods my soul, flesh throbbing and pulsating
I might just touch, maybe even kiss the sky
Oh my...
Is that his hand on my thigh
Victoria's Secrets, dressed in burlesque
Blushing cheeks and red painted lips
Excitement rushing to my finger tips
Seduced by music, slowly swaying my hips
Shh...
Heartbeat fluttering like fairies dancing on flowers
I can almost taste sweet, luscious ecstasy
Trying to resist Satan's gift
Lost one of my glass slippers, when the clock stuck midnight
If I don't make it home my bridegroom may cancel his plight
I must wait...
God warns us not to fornicate
At least until my wedding date
Horse drawn carriage
A pretty lace gown on the day of my marriage
The day every girl dreams about
Finally...
Hair styled to perfection, crystals resting above my breast
Scent of thousands of lilies, wrapped in a gorgeous white dress
His eyes adorn my very existence as I sashay across a bed of rose petals
We exchange our vows promising to always love and cherish
Two rings and one kiss, equally yoked until we perish

Submitted: Saturday, December 22, 2012
Edited: Tuesday, February 12, 2013

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