Roll Me In This

She lived for nights

I do.  I absolutely do.  And truthfully, I do not understand people who don’t.  Once you imbibe and roll yourself in these, you’ll never go back.  Never want less. The feelings naked kisses flutter over your skin, unasked for and uncontrolled. The romance of him noticing, buying your favorite wine, having it poured when you arrive. Giddy giggles as he entwines his fingers as says he loves your hair. Pounding hearts that almost strip clothes off bodies without your help and crash into wrestling grips of each other on the closest chair or simply the floor. This is…how I live.




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    1. Well, found the one in this post. And considering my degree and profession I am mortified at mistakes. Thinking late night writing needs to wait and be reviewed in the morning before posting! And thank you.


    2. Ok, I just reread every poem back to 2-28 and the only error I have is in Roll Me–typed “as” instead of “and.” In 3 of them, I took a little “poetic license”–created words as I wanted them:
      “rhythmed” 3-4
      “fore-playing” 3-1
      “flutterpats” 2-28

      I also do know all my apostrophe rules very well (many do not). Sometimes reading other people’s work, you may think a word should be something else, but the word written may be just what the author intended.

      I’ll admit I do and have made mistakes (happens on Twitter too). But I am a stickler for grammatical correctness, so I’ll continue to be diligent in proofreading and and editing.


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