By the Id

...because you know i still sometimes bath in your scent like soap before running. Hard and fast till my heart is near bursting, just to remember how it felt in the moment I was thrust deep within you and I filled your body with my soul. And I sweat, your scent dripping down my neck and chest and thighs. my lungs burn as i gasp and my heart cracks when every step leads me closer to the home you left.

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Copyright 2013 the Id
Published on Monday, July 29, 2013.     Filed under: "Poetry"

Author's Note:

Abandon all hope, ye who enter into monogamous relationships
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  • Salty Ships On Friday, October 11, 2013, Salty Ships (31)By person wrote:

    The hurt in this piece was palpable. Your ability to convey such heavy emotion in a few words with an almost whimsical foundation is gut wrenching.

  • ColorMeToxic On Thursday, September 5, 2013, ColorMeToxic (240)By person wrote:

    I've just finished reading all that you have posted here...you're a great writer. You have a new fan. Scholar

  • A former member wrote: I filled your body with my soul ... thats so sexy and beautiful Scholar

  • blue angel On Tuesday, July 30, 2013, blue angel (877)By person wrote:

    A heart and soul served on a golden platter;) Love your depth here :)~ and welcome to dp ~^_^~

  • FadedBlues On Tuesday, July 30, 2013, FadedBlues (2172)By person wrote:

    ...here is that magic that is so rare & missed so much when it at last evaporates. nice work...

  • A former member wrote: dude intense, i fuckin love when somethings dark and seductive

  • xZombie Poptartzx On Monday, July 29, 2013, xZombie Poptartzx (334)By person wrote:

    This was beautifully tragic. and all too familiar. Welcome to DP, this was lovely can't wait for more. xoxo

  • A former member wrote: made me tear up.... painful and provocative.

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