Sunrise.

By Phalanx

My eye's color sense, between different shades of black and grey.
My mind wanders through woods, I haven't visited since I was a child.
Your eye's are the best of your form.
Our most meaningful words happen when your lips
Exchange hunger through finger tips and saliva.
The small of your neck is where I drink water,
Climbing my way through your hair,
Body surfing against shallow oceans of sweat and skin.
Promise your hands, split palms and fingers
Buried at the base of my scalp.
If your legs lock at my back, it's forever.
I never wanted to wait this long.
As long as I live and I'll meet you in heaven.
Nothing will keep us apart.

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Copyright 2016 Phalanx
Published on Sunday, April 3, 2016.     Filed under: "Poetry"

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Illumination
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  • Phalanx On Monday, October 8, 2018, Phalanx (537)By person wrote:

    I got to get all the souls together before you make a synopsis. Blacksmith.

  • carlosjackal On Wednesday, October 3, 2018, carlosjackal (2474)By person wrote:

    This is a more than worthy POTD, no bullshit. The romance and passion of this piece so tangible and your phrasing was brilliantly unique without losing any of the visual clarity and feeling. Great stuff.

  • Phalanx On Friday, October 12, 2018, Phalanx (537)By person wrote:

    Thank you by the way.

  • River Lily On Monday, April 4, 2016, River Lily (1083)By person wrote:

    This is so passionate..laced with beautiful and sexy imagery..a sunrise more beautiful than I could ever pen..you left me with a sigh. Scholar

  • Star On Sunday, April 3, 2016, Star (1135)By person wrote:

    sensual and sexy. such passion between you two. i live to have a romance like that. beautiful.

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