Forbidden Rule

Forbidden Rule short poem
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Desiring urges of the forbidden rule
It’s almost irresistible
How much I want to caress his face
To kiss his lips softly passionately
So hard to hide the desire inside
I want to move closer
Touch his lips softly gently
A kiss with desire
Burning with fire
How I wish of two tongues entwined
My mouth tenderly against his
Feeling shocks waves through his kiss
A silent submission of tongues intertwined
Trembling I want to explore
A feeling of heartbeat racing
Ending up in an erotic dance
Two bodies intertwine with shockwaves of desire
Craving more of the forbidden rule.

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I don't think I one of the best poets out their. Knot even sure if I can call myself a poet. What my writing brings to me is healing from pain, get a better way of dealing with life. In the end its a way of medicine to me. For others that read it I hope it brings some healing or understanding in their own life. Make them see they knot alone.
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