Two Can Dream As One

by William Mae   Aug 30, 2020

Somehow, yet still a mystery,
Two dreams are somehow born,
Each night the dreams deepen,
The two begins to dream as one.

They meet up at the same place,
On a starry night in June,
Beside oceans breezy waters,
Blankets on a sandy dune.

There’s always laughter always giggles,
Always whispers in the night,
Forplay with soft gentle kisses
There beneath a pale moonlight.

Intense passions slowly rising,
Wanting needs turn into lust,
Skin to skin becomes the catalyst,
Expanding areas they can trust.

Laughter slowly fades to silence,
Replacing it with moans and cries,
Ocean waves provide a timing,
For lovers soft escaping sighs.

Kisses deepen, muscles tighten,
Eyes lock in a pleasing stare,
The moments fast approaching,
Their bodies flavors will be shared.

They hold tight to moments given,
In search of climax at their peak,
Yet it does not ever happen,
No matter how hard they will seek.

Before the two can find completion,
Every night turns out the same,
The dream world ends it’s magic,
They wake inside their aching pain.

Never finding what they needed,
Just short of their hearts desire,
To find completion with their lover,
Awakened as their time expires.


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  • 1 year ago

    by Ben Pickard

    Lovely to read a new poem from you, William.

  • 1 year ago

    by Meena Krish

    I'm so happy to see you have posted a new poem! I like the emotions in this write the build up which follows verse by verse. In a way I like the ending of this poem which leaves with yearning; as it doesn't go over board and it values that special moment privately rather then spilling it all out- hope that made sense..keep penning!

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