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Shall We

Let us lock lips in romance, 
Shall I taste wines flowing along the streams of your spine
& sip Champaign from the valley amid your breast. 
Let our limbs tango to the opera of your erotic sighs,
Lust twisting at the tips of your smile 
As your misty well quenches my thirst,
Privilege my eyes the sight of perfection
Let them cherish every crevice and curve of your complexion,
Let fantasy enter realms of reality
and dream of memoir underneath my sheets.
Let us lay in lust and leave in love

Copyright © james faulkner

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  1. Date: 7/16/2009 2:04:00 PM
    This is a playful work, James, with much to enjoy. I appreciate the use of alchohol as a metaphor for the obvious swooning of the piece. Wonderfully penned, my friend! Warm regards, John.

  1. Date: 7/11/2009 11:13:00 AM
    "Lay in lust and leave in lust" I love this line .....wonder how many people in the world identify with fact............very nice write james! alopez