Cigarette-Scented Fingers

by Countess of Monte Cristo   Dec 9, 2011


Your cigarette-scented fingers, touching my lips..
And the shiver it sends within,
Holding my waist, caressing my hips,
Here in your arms, yes i win.

Swimming in the brown sea that is your eyes,
Holding your hands secure,
Here i am, untainted by your touch,
So sinful, yet so pure.

Your cigarette-scented fingers,
Touch me with all their might.
Show me how we belong to each other,
Let us embrace the night.

Write my name on your heart,
For you to know how much i care,
In case we ever grow apart,
With every beat, you'll know i'm there.

Your cigarette-scented fingers,
I smell them and close my eyes,
I thank God that i have you,
With a smile and a happy cry.

*To O. I love you.

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  • 5 years ago

    by Em

    Beautiful! xx

  • 5 years ago

    by Meena Krish

    This write is so passionate that it can be felt and the images come alive with each stanza..very, very nice!

  • 5 years ago

    by Cinnamonspice

    I really loved this stanaz

    "Write my name on your heart,
    For you to know how much i care,
    In case we ever grow apart,
    With every beat, you'll know i'm there. "

    Connie

  • 6 years ago

    by Lady Nik

    Oh do I love your poems. Such a sensual piece dear. Very beautiful. -Nik

  • 6 years ago

    by Sylvia

    It is sometimes strange the things that remind us of one we love. Your words give me an image of a woman, eyes closed, arms hugging herself, remembering those fingers that smell of cigarettes and the thoughts and emotions that they bring back. Well done.

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