Karma Of Sarma

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 I barely know you.
I barely know you.
As a matter of fact, I should not even know that much.

Something about you,
Intrigued me.

Conversations of life held me over,
Walks in the park at night mesmerizing the path of stars,
Music jazzed, trance our souls in uplifting rhythm,
Picnics in the summer warmth and unite.

I finish your stuttering thought, eased.
You read my mind, unmistakable bond.

Refreshing rejuvenation has become.
I look forward to voices' sensation
Silence comforts, wanting to hold you.
Together, we have knowledge limited of each others past experiences.
Even still, you hold my heart.

Emotions, never experienced before
Thoughts, birthed empowerment.
Slow fingers pass up my thigh
Awakening, pleasures internal.

Complements pass with eyes message
Energy conducted.
Looking for love, in you.

Feeling comfortable
Trusting your will, and letting go of all my fears
Your arms secure.
Warm breath on my collar bone, sweet lust
I want you, eternal.

Copyright 2006 ERIKA HUDSON

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