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A Women's Desire

A Women's Desire

I love you, you said.
I love you too, I replied
Then the words died.
Too tired, too used,
Too insignificantly light,
They fused...
 And disappeared into night.

If only I'd been a little more demanding,
A little more commanding,
Then perhaps you'd have asked me,
"How can I love thee?" instead.

For I desperately wished
For your lingering kiss
That would uplift my soul
In the depths of the night,
As the wind in the folds of a kite. 

I hungered for your breath on my neck 
As soft, as light, as a butterfly's flight
Mixed with caresses so bold,
They enveloped my whole
within the sweetest delights.

But most of all that night,
I longed for words 
That would tell me 
Not only you loved me,
But heard me and saw me.
Words thickened with desire
that said...
Your smell entices me,
Your body excites me
The way it fits into mine
So blissfully divine
There exists no place, no time.

Oh, if only I'd been
A little more demanding,
A little more commanding,
I'd have turned to you and bluntly said,
"Ask me how...
How you can love me, instead?" 
 
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Naomi Buote More than 1 year ago
I've been away a long time. Thanks for all your wonderful reviews on poem "A Women's Desire". 
Naomi Buote More than 1 year ago
Universal to women, educational to men... A must read
Naomi Buote More than 1 year ago
Universal to women, educational to men... A must read
Naomi Buote More than 1 year ago
Universal to women, educational to men... A must read
Naomi Buote More than 1 year ago
Universal to women, educational to men... A must read
Naomi Buote More than 1 year ago
Universal to women, educational to men... A must read
Naomi Buote More than 1 year ago
Universal to women, educational to men... A must read
Naomi Buote More than 1 year ago
Universal to women, educational to men... A must read
Naomi Buote More than 1 year ago
I love you, you said. I love you too, I replied Then the words died. Too tired, too used, Too insignificantly light, They fused... And disappeared into night...
Naomi Buote More than 1 year ago
I love you, you said. I love you too, I replied Then the words died. Too tired, too used, Too insignificantly light, They fused... And disappeared into night...
Naomi Buote More than 1 year ago
I love you, you said. I love you too, I replied Then the words died. Too tired, too used, Too insignificantly light, They fused... And disappeared into night...
Naomi Buote More than 1 year ago
I love you, you said. I love you too, I replied Then the words died. Too tired, too used, Too insignificantly light, They fused... And disappeared into night...
Naomi Buote More than 1 year ago
I love you, you said. I love you too, I replied Then the words died. Too tired, too used, Too insignificantly light, They fused... And disappeared into night
Naomi Buote More than 1 year ago
I love you, you said. I love you too, I replied Then the words died. Too tired, too used, Too insignificantly light, They fused... And disappeared into night
Naomi Buote More than 1 year ago
I love you, you said. I love you too, I replied Then the words died. Too tired, too used, Too insignificantly light, They fused... And disappeared into night
Naomi Buote More than 1 year ago
I love you, you said. I love you too, I replied Then the words died. Too tired, too used, Too insignificantly light, They fused... And disappeared into night
Naomi Buote More than 1 year ago
I love you, you said. I love you too, I replied Then the words died. Too tired, too used, Too insignificantly light, They fused... And disappeared into night
Naomi Buote More than 1 year ago
universal to women, educational to men
Naomi Buote More than 1 year ago
universal to women, educational to men
Naomi Buote More than 1 year ago
universal to women, educational to men
Naomi Buote More than 1 year ago
universal to women, educational to men
Naomi Buote More than 1 year ago
I love you, you said. I love you too, I replied Then the words died. Too tired, too used, Too insignificantly light, They fused... And disappeared into night.
Naomi Buote More than 1 year ago
universal to women, educational to men
Naomi Buote More than 1 year ago
universal to women, educational to men
Naomi Buote More than 1 year ago
universal to women, educational to men
A Women's Desire, by Naomi Buote 4.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 12 reviews.
Joyce Anthappen More than 1 year ago
Fine
Joyce Anthappen More than 1 year ago
Nice Comment
randam person More than 1 year ago
really lovely
john palumbo More than 1 year ago
very godo love this can u please explaine how u get so many views and how to make friends and all please also im not very good with words i just express what i know i didn't do so well in english and spellings so i do'nt know these big words u are using so much would love if u could help me a lil email ironchef388@gmail.com
Naomi Buote More than 1 year ago
Write from the heart. write what really matters to you. Write as if you are reading it out loud...put a comma where you take a pause...etc. a poem takes a lot of work. Sometimes, I work on a poem for days to get the right words and feeling. I use sometimes the Rhyme zone rhyming dictionary website to help me find the exact words I need. (rhymes or synonyms)...Hope this helps ;) Naomi
Joyce Anthappen More than 1 year ago
Nice Comment
Zachary randle More than 1 year ago
love is a journey
Naomi Buote More than 1 year ago
A beautiful torturous one
Joyce Anthappen More than 1 year ago
Nice Comment
Jennifer Leavey 11 months ago
I really like this poem. Give you something to think about. How too often it is they desire & Ned to be loved that creates false "I love you's" to leave our lips too soon, when it isn't truly love that we feel, not the love we all seek, but the idea of love. A love, that if we had not spoke too son, perhaps may have blossomed.
Farida Amin More than 1 year ago
wonderful
Naomi Buote More than 1 year ago
thanks, looking forward to reading you!
Farida Amin More than 1 year ago
:) thanks for sharing is beautiful poem
Joyce Anthappen More than 1 year ago
Nice Comment
Bernardo Aaron Borbon 7 months ago
I really love the way you wrote this expressing what wasn't being noticed. This was really good I loved reading it. It can also technically go both ways from being a man's desire as well. So as for me being a man, I can say I definitely understood it.
Diana Sitnic 6 months ago
nice poem
Rebecca Confer 9 months ago
Very nice! Your description of a woman's desire is spot on. I believe we've all felt this before & can relate to what you're saying. 
Ashley Bennett 10 days ago
I enjoyed reading this.  Thank you for sharing. 
Sukha (HM) 6 months ago
Had you turned and bluntly spoke, this poem would have never been.
Anna Laurencio More than 1 year ago
ok
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