The first time you held my hand, I felt a tactile bonding. Weeks later, our first kiss sent lightning flash shivers from my lips to my knees leaving me barely able to stand. Now, lying in bed with perspiration beads conjoining in a sensual salve. I am immune to anyone but you.
About the Poet:
R. Gerry Fabian is a retired English instructor. As a poet and novelist, he has been publishing his writing since 1972 in various literary magazines. He has published three books of his published poems: Parallels, Coming Out Of The Atlantic, and Electronic Forecasts.