Best Poem of G. Leiok

Stunned, silent gasps as the light grows dim.
Unseen, unknown.
The cold, dirty grazes on a layer of skin;
Unneeded, repeated..

Infinitely, in fact.
You told me your senses had come to call;
You were now, somewhat, intact.
The slither up your back had made you crawl

Towards some form of . . .
Read the full of -falsehood-
A Love Poem.
To hold you in my arms,
To hear your mind and devour your gaze..
The days prove long in your absence.
Yet i cannot feel you;
Your touch turns cold and
Your fire grows dim within my presence.

When I dream, as the infatuated tend to do,
Of your heat and returned desire,
I remember my coldness . . .
Read the full of A Love Poem.