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The Body of a Woman

A poem from the novel
"The Essence of Poetry II:Gerald's Sophomore Yet Grown Poetrybook"
Written by: Gerald L. Ingraham


I am trying to fathom it well myself,
Because I am endlessly drawn to it;
I feel I must touch it for better health,
And no man can heal it like I do it.

I need the body of a woman
Right here alongside mine...

I have yet to figure out what it is,
That makes me long for so much;
I love how it trembles before a kiss,
The way it feels from my gentle touch.

I see the body of a woman,
And baby, you are so fine...

I miss the body of a woman on mine,
So I believe that I need way more of it;
The tender scent of the body is devine,
That I see myself saying that I love it.

I miss the body of a woman,
That not having it is not a choice...

I have dreamed of how soft it does feel
To caress it with my just tongue and lips;
Since your body is before me, it is real?
Let kiss it from head to toe and on the hips.
I kiss the body of a woman,
Hoping to reach out to your voice...

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