Poetry

Summer Addictions

Summer Addictions

Summer Addictions

The sun shines down on your face.
Your lips part.
Your eyes close.
The breeze whispers against your arms, giving you goosebumps.
You are both poison and nectar to my very thirsty soul.
I am stricken without you.
Hopelessly addicted.

You turn to me and smile, and I am dizzy from excitement.
You are mine and I am yours.
Every atom in my body belongs to you.
I hear the soft timber of your voice, heavy with sensuality and glee.
I am stricken without you.
Hopelessly addicted.

I can hear the waves crashing against the beach and it breaks me out of my trance.
This won’t last, I know.
Right now, I am here, in this moment with you.
Summer heat blazing the sands, seawater spraying our faces.
Your laugh, you lips, your tongue are both poison and nectar to me.
I am stricken without you.
Hopelessly addicted.

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