Life’s Too Real

Life’s too real on many days,
On those I wish you’d come to stay.
Come to me, come to play,
When life’s too real together we’d escape.
Life’s too real when it really hurts,
But when your here the pain desserts.
When you come joy asserts,
I’m ten feet tall, your armoured sir.
Life’s too real when it’s kicking my arse,
And only you can make that pass.
Giving me the strength, the strength to last,
Protecting me, healing me, with spells you cast.
Life’s too real on days like this,
I wish it’d leave, just go, dismissed.
To be replaced by you in a seismic shift
To make life worth living, the gift you give.

Love at Last Light

Lovers at last light
Our fingers grasping
As our bodies tried to hold fast
We couldn’t let it end
It mustn’t ever end
Friction pounded out our allegory
Each thrust was like praying for a never ending story
We knew in our hearts, chiming in time
That every moment left 
Was a potential victim of theft
Today is what counts
What we’d rather it didn’t
And despite our best efforts
Soon the night fell…
The three of us now whimpering
Realizing there was nothing we could do

If I Could

If I could, I’d kiss your lips.
You’d feel my soul upon tongue’s tip.
If I could, I’d stroke your skin.
You’d feel my heart, what I hold within.
If I could, I’d open you up.
You’d feel true passion, feel true love.
If I could, I’d hold you tight.
You’d feel all I have, you’d feel me, all night.