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 SUNDAY THROUGH WEDNESDAY
Talk to me
Even though you can't see
What I look like
I'm here for you, not for Mike

Pretend I'm close enough
Even though you can't smell
My clothes, perfume and stuff
I'm definitely all female

Close your eyes
Feel Candace, derived from Latin
Along those thighs
With skin as satin

Sparkling, light
Illumination
Most every night
Without hesitation

To want you badly
Want to bring what you ask me for
Have to give you words gladly
When it's too far away to give you more

The sight of me
The touch of this woman
You now can't see
Please know I've been coming

When I'm alone
With thoughts of you
There at my home
Just close my eyes is all I have to do

See your face
Think of what you're doing
See me at your place
Where we're pursuing

The touch, the sights, the smells
For now, it seems too far away
Where words are all I have that tells
You're in my mind in such a way

That you are becoming a part of my soul
You reach out and lines typed are as kisses
They leave my mind full of you to roll
In dreams, where I act as your missus

I realize, words and thoughts are not the same
I know we have our lives separated by distance
Then the daydreams of having your last name
Leave me here in this night giving up on the resistance

To telling you all
To wanting to confess my every whim
To wanting your tall
To wanting you to be him

Then I pray, I'm not too much
Then I ask God, if I am doing right?
Since I'm not close by you to see, smell and touch
Is it wrong that I tease you with words that I write?

4/4/2006 0300 cj



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