I remember kissing you,
Rolling over and pulling your body into mine
Inhaling the musky, earthy scent of you.
Somehow, I worked up the courage to
Look into your eyes and you,
Gazed back, unflinching, unmoving.
Tentatively, I ran my fingers through your hair,
I touched each strand, and let them fall through,
Weave themselves around my fingers and watched
In wonder as your eyes drifted slowly closed,
Your smile sent warmth directly to my soul
I lived to see that smile tug at the corners of your mouth,
Watched as your lips ordered me to kiss them,
Swooned while your eyes begged me to love them,
Wrapping my arms around your body
I buried my face in your neck and felt
You open to me, welcome me.
You spoke to me in the language of my heart
A language I had thought only I understood
But that first night, I looked into your eyes and
From the moment our lips touched
You spoke to me, fluent and clear,
Whispered your understanding,
And I heard my heart say,
Tell me more.