Will I ever?


Will I ever
Blush before you
As you reach
And I rush
And I fall
Floor-wards for you

Yet will I ever
Unravel before you
As you touch
And I take
And I give
My all for you

Whisper will I ever
Taste your scent
As I ache
Deep into the distance 
And you wake
In empty bed

Tell me will I ever
Tremble and shake
As you lead me
So very far
Until I wake
Inside your head

So hear me as I plead into forever
Tell me now please will I ever
Or is this just the art of pain for pleasure
Catch me as I fall into never
Bite my lip until we bleed together
And please me like your best endeavour

And afterwards
Tell me will I ever
Will I ever
And take
Your pleasure
As you
Hold me
Tight and say it’s forever
And kiss
My messy head
And whisper to my blushing brow
‘Look what you just did’

  • Author: sylviasearcher (Offline Offline)
  • Published: June 24th, 2019 05:47
  • Comment from author about the poem: I have a real problem ending poems at the moment. It’s like I’m taking myself to the edge of a cliff and I’m so enthralled by the beauty of it that I don’t want to turn around but I’m too afraid to jump so I just stand there on and on and on in a moment. Oh and it’s not really 18+ is it?
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  • Views: 42
  • Users favorite of this poem: Fay Slimm., dusk arising, Chagrined.
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  • Fay Slimm.

    This has to be one of your best Sylvia - a poetic gem indeed and one for my favourites.

    • sylviasearcher

      Well it was just rattling around in my head and I thought maybe it was better to just let it out.

      Thank you so much for your kind words. I am always surprised that people might enjoy my ramblings. It is such a humbling yet warm feeling 💜

    • orchidee

      Fido, me watchdog, can be a bit too keen. He might bark at the minimum hint of a poem needing to be 18+, if it's not marked up so. lol. Down, Fido, not now - no need to bark at this poem. He said you could remove the 18+ note. lol

      • sylviasearcher

        Thanks Fido, maybe I will, maybe I won’t... does that make Fido nervous?!

        Just kidding 😊

      • dusk arising

        This laying bare ones frailty and superbly written. You excel here. I feel the 'need' carefully woven into your questions, the joy ready to escape at the right answers.
        Into my favourites.

        • sylviasearcher

          Thanks for appreciating the vulnerability of this piece and nurturing it into your favourites! 😊

        • Michael Edwards

          It is a gem indeed - great write Sylvia.

        • Neville

          you have indeed crafted a poem of quite exceptional beauty and laid it out here for all to examine and enjoy... the several times repeated 'for you' question works really well throughout... and the ending is quite special too......... Neville

          • sylviasearcher

            Stop examining Neville! Lol

            I appreciate the appreciation of all it has given me a little glow 😊

            • Neville

              then we have a win win situation on our hands....

            • Suresh

              Will I ever - you already have

              with these poetic words of yours.

              • sylviasearcher

                Thank you for your kindness. I think that’s exactly what I was thinking 😊

              • Unobtrusive Sun

                As the others have said, this is great stuff! I loved it.

                Also, I have the same problem with ending my works. It is so much easier to continue adding to the moment of inspiration, and to coherently wrap it all up in a couple of sentences can be a real challenge. You succeeded with a very nice conclusion.

              • sylviasearcher

                Thanks for enjoying it. Endings are hard. I guess there’s a poem in that notion...

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