Don’t sit so close baby.
My heart beats wild when you are right there.
I don’t think you know what you do to me,
I want to kiss you wild, wild without a care.
I am not sure whether I should reach out ,
Or wait for you to do something.
You ask me questions about how my day went,
But don’t you see baby I can’t think!
My mind no longer wants to do its job,
Its showing me things which could be.
Blood gushing in my veins, urging me to make,
Love to the man who loves me.
I wish we were alone, somewhere more private,
And not in this fancy restaurant.
this place is a little too classy and refined,
For the wildness which I want.
Hands held back, I watch you,
Mind floating in my mushy land.
Blushing, I realise you are looking at me,
Mischief dancing in your eyes, you grab my hand.
I can feel small circles being traced on my skin,
You are closer than you were before.
I don’t want to stay longer, in this damn place,
Cause I want you so much more.
“Since when did they start serving chocolate so hot”?
I ask as I gingerly touch its crust.
“What’s the rush darling ?” you tease. And I think,
Oh Honey! Just wait. Soon you will be swooning with lust.
Diving in deep, , I let the desert flood,
Lose myself in its seductive delight.
Slowly, sensually , I devour every Crum,
Letting passion burn, alight.
“What’s the rush darling?” now I innocently ask,
As I let you lead me into the sunset.
The wind is picking up, it smells of promises,
As two birds return to their nest.
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