I Would Love To
Author: Del


I would love to feel a soft warm breeze,
From my window, cooling the air.
I would love to gaze into your eyes,
And see desire there.

I would love to feel your tender caress,
And your velvety finger tips,
Stroking my hair and my face,
And touching my warm, moist lips.

I would love to feel the heat of your body,
As you kiss all my cares away.
How I'd love to have you near me, darling!
Each and every day. Love Ya So.....


Comments on this poem/writing:

joyce ivy ( -- Friday, August 27 2004, 04:02 pm

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isn't it wonderful to be in feel them with every breath...that is what i feel from your poem...great job
Martin Vann ( -- Friday, August 27 2004, 06:40 pm

Dreams, comming through, the window of sleep


The love, that esaes, into your room at night, as soft as the love you feel, for her tonight. Yet, another breeze, the morning breeze, comes over you and shares, last night dream of reality. Sometimes Del, all we have, are our dreams. Sleep well tonight, for your dream, breeze, may come again and I hope your heart, holds on tight, for tomorrow, there will be again, the breeze of reality.

Nice words for your heart, I as you can see, I enjoyed all of them, and have live, every one.

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