Saturday, December 21, 2013

Two poems by Kim McDonald

“Shining Couple,” by Georgeta Blanaru
Ancient Melody

Our bodies dance together
To an ancient melody
Each tender touch of skin on skin
In perfect harmony

Each note strikes a chord
A tug on my heartstrings
Everlasting music
Your soul to my soul brings

Your sensual touch, your Lover’s kiss
Like none I’ve ever known
As passion builds, my body sings
Your song that calls me home

I Wish
"Wish to Fly," Sandi Gayle Stefkovich
I wish that I could be with you
Drawn into your embrace
To tilt my chin and see your eyes
Your hands cradling my face

I wish that I could be with you
And feel your lips brush mine
Your kiss, first soft, grows passion filled
Your touch is so divine

I wish that I could be with you
To linger in your smile
To lay my head upon your chest
And stay quiet for a while

I wish that I could be with you
More than just now and then
To calm my restless breathless soul
And at last come home again

Kim McDonald lives in Brampton, Ontario, with her husband, two children and loveable but stubborn Boxer Lab. Inspired as a child by the poems of Shel Silverstein, she is rediscovering her love of poetry and the lighter side of life.  You can read more  poems by Kim McDonald here and here.

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