Breathe

Poem By Theodora (Theo) Onken

I inhale and discover you
Your essence is everywhere
Exhaling i suffer your withdrawl
I so need your sensual care
Delicate it 'tis-Ethereal-a bountiful delight
Garnered with sheer ecstacy
Breathing you in-sheer bliss-it fills the night
For you are my red Rose
And my Most honored gallant
You've driven my heart with your words
Understanding-atlast demanding
A breeze that is at last finally heard
I now breathe you in and breathe you out
I do this with exuberant elan'
Knowing that in all of my morrows
That You Will Be My Man

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