Symphonies In My Head

No one knows

Who holds my heart

Commands my sense and mind to part.

And no one knows what melodies

He weaves upon my skin with ease

And I won’t tell what notes he plays

Between my thighs with words he says.

This orchestra of souls entwined

In skies of instruments designed

For none but Us, crescendos shake

Symphonic movements

Soft heart – quakes.

Sonatas Moonlit swell within

As whispers speak with loudest din

He knows my rhythm

Strums my strings

And moistens secret, sensual things.

Conducts with verse my sinfonietta

… slower,Β  harder… all the better.

Hushed and quietly we pause

An audience bleeds sweet applause

He bows and tastes my final song

Of love that waited far too long

With music my lost heart he led

He plays sweet symphonies in my head

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    1. I love that good stuff!
      Probably couldn’t do anything different if I tried lol!
      Eh okay…maybe silly funniness . I like that too.
      Have I distracted myself enough from your compliments????
      Thank you beautiful. Praise from a Writer like you means a lot β€οΈβ€οΈβ€οΈπŸ’‹

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    1. I can’t control this poetry lately.
      Your appreciation of my oozing, poetic heart means so much.
      He does do all of that. And more.

      Stop making me say stuff! What will become of my alluring, sultry mysterious air if you keep peeking inside my soul like this!

      Shame on you.
      But not really.
      Appreciate you and your words sooo very much, Mr Lonely Author
      ❀️

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    1. Well…you read me and dissected my little method so well. ..Feeling all exposed now! Lol

      So happy you liked this. Actually it is one of my favourites for a while. I was (am) possessed by love xxxx

      Like

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