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In Your Arms

When I lie soft in your arms
I forget the rest of the world around me
No other sound reaches my resigned ears
Save racing beats of heart
Yours or mine – all the same.
You pierce your stunned eyes through mine
And all I see through my resigned eyes
Is myself in your eyes.
Your lips touch mine
Kissing me like a baby
And your hands struggle with my clothes
And win a victory…

And then I cannot distinguish myself from you…

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Rudyard Kipling


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A great start with a nice poem, Azura. You may like to read my poem, Love and Lust. Thanks
lovely way to pass lifes time. Can't think of anything better and it's free, to those who allow themselves to love. Congratulations for being one of the few who do. 10 from loving Tai