Poems for Summer: Part 1

I could talk of you
but my lips are sealed –
sore with your kisses.


Hold me in your arms,
let your fragrance linger
and watch me die from
the wounds of your rejection.


Kiss me on my naked body,
leave those bite marks
on which the flowers will bloom
when spring arrives.


You’ll remember me
after you see your name
on my gravestone, saying:
Your lover, for time and eternity.


My mind sings
in your remembrance –
the verses are your moans.

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