By Roland E. Williams
Has there been a sunrise without a thought of you?
A heartbeat for you that was ever untrue?
An intake of air that has not left me glowing?
The warmth of your love so overflowing
My mind as contented as a calm sea.
Embraced by your arms tight around me.
We shall become more one than one can be.
What more can two ask who are so happy?
Has there been a noon I have not craved your delight?
An encounter of our souls and bodies during daylight,
Afternoons setting a trend for greatly deep passions
Showing that every fiber has so many affections
The heat of this day not half near its ultimate peak
Just the embrace of two without the need to speak
Together being one now we lovingly consummate
What more can two ask who are so very fortunate?
Has there been a night fall without feeling you?
Missing you so much that I become so blue?
Aching so for you it takes my breath away,
And this is not even yet the end of the day?
The spasms flowing through my limp being
Yearning the reality of visions I am seeing
Connecting our all to more than one whole
What more can two ask who are mates of soul