I touch Your Face


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    I touch Your Face

    I touch your face, we hold and embrace
    There’s nowhere else I want to be
    We kiss and smile, hold for a while
    You mean so much to me.

    A whisper in ear, gone all fear
    We share each other’s mind
    Your words are all mine, everything’s fine
    Body and soul entwined

    Your lines traced, my heart raced
    Our bodies begin to amalgamate
    I give to you what I’ve given so few
    Together we share one fate.

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    am2anangel commented on I touch Your Face


    i enjoyed this poem you can almost feel the actual touch and feelings in your words. your writing is very passionate.

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    Genesis2525 commented on I touch Your Face


    This is really good poem.

    Poetry is not the expression of personality but an escape from personality.

    T. S. Eliot (1888-1965) American-English poet and playwright.

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