Cannot be resisted,
Shall be tasted:
I dart out my tongue.
Sweet, like honey
Bitter, like fresh ground coffee: I taste chocolate.
You're soft to the touch
With harsh forests of
Unshaven hairs planted along your chin and cheeks.
My hand some-how finds its way to your face
And tenderly strokes it,
Eliciting a feral growl deep in your throat.
With my body held against yours,
Just like this,
Our two hearts beat side-by-side,
They beat as one: nothing else matters.
Nothing but our shared heart.
I gave you my being,
And you gave me a ring.
My gift was better,
But who'll know?