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Date Added: October 30, 2012 01:10:15 Average Score: (Needs 2)
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Type: Rhyming
Category: Love/Fantasies Add To Favorites | Text Only
I Hold Myself

I Hold Myself

I hold myself now you're not there

I miss your warmth your silky skin;

The way I used to stroke your hair

It's all so painful now within;

I wish I could make love to you

But that is now beyond my reach;

Forbidden now this for us two

No matter how hard I beseech;

'Just friends' is an ignoble state

Satisfies not my heart and soul;

I ring you begging desperate

But you refuse to make me whole;

The end is always so intense

Defining fact from mere pretence.

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