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 We Can't Have Sex

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


Sugar, I love you so much
That I can't help myself;
I feel crisp virtue by touch,
So I want to give all left.

To think I adore only you
Is something to cherish,
My dreams of you are true,
Expresses truth to not perish.

I've waited so long to do you,
That how I don't want to;
We can't have sex now on,
‘cause I want to make love til dawn.

A fire burns deeply for you,
And can be only found in me;
It unveils when you kiss like you do,
Then you whisper as soft as could be.

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