Can you?


Can you hear me calling,
can you hear me scream,
are you replying,
is it a dream.
Can you see me now,
can you see my pretty face.
can you see me laugh,
Are you my other half?

Can you smell the perfume on my wrist,
if you got close we'd probably kiss.
Can you smell my hair, the smell of coconut.
if you can smell, you probably can smell my doughnut.

Can you taste the bitter on your tongue,
are you human, do you have a lung?

Can you touch me,
Can you touch my hair.
dont worry i wont scare.

Why must I keep begging you? Wake up, would you please?
Wake up from your slumber now, and give my hips a squeeze?
Please wake up! I cant accept what It is I've done!
Your turning blue and turning cold, this isn't any fun.
There was a time you loved me so and now you cant hear me calling.
Cant smell your own waste under your legs, your eyes forever balling.
It did not matter what I wore or how dolled up for you I got
cant touch me, then cant touch her. Cant touch, cant smell, just rot.

To see you is to love you
You are so sweet and curvy
The thought of lying with you
really makes me nervy
The touch of you
Sends shiver up my spine
And very inch of you
It scents & tastes divine
When I taste your honey
Kiss your petals and your lips
It is the taste of Paradise
My heart a beat it skips
Your ~Touch & Taste & Scent & Sight
Enrapture me throughout the night
And when your perfect form I feel
MY GOD I know we both are REAL
Thanks for asking ~ Love hugs & kisses

  • Authors: Nicole Sarah Robinson (Pseudonym), Quemis, BRIANSODES
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  • Finished: December 23rd, 2016 06:30
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  • Comment from author about the poem: Can you hear me, can you touch me, can you taste me, can you smell. Everyone participate and add more, can you love, can you share, can you play games, can you play, can you meet me, are you real.
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