Sweet summer air,

Barely noticed you there,

‘Til chill down my spine,

Our senses intertwine.

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That sensual blast,

Forever may it last,

Neck to my hips,

Across sensitive lips.

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Thirst consumes me,

Scent so heavenly,

Soul drawn to you,

Unsure what to do.

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You detect my nerves,

Cautiously you observe,

Under taint of your eye,

I crumble between thighs.

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We walk gentle pasture,

Your sun adorned posture,

Nothing on earth it seems,

Could further weaken my knees.

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Drifting stride by stride,

Swimming with your tide,

We cast eye across the land,

Gently you grasp my hand.

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As the sun settles above,

Peaceful as a white dove,

You become my only fare,

Amidst that sweet summer air.

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(C) 2015 PJ Bayliss

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Jealous Rainbows is one of many romance poems available in my book titled Restraint.

Available on my author page at Amazon.com