A Daydream of You. You tantalize my thoughts, so they are all now caught, in my x-rated tale, of delight! The Chance. Girls are so Pretty. Fate brought her back to me. We all have our moments of getting attracted to a lady She was my crush back in school Years have gone by everyone has moved on Somehow fate brought me back to her We got back in touch I was nervous but Looking into her eyes brought back the buried feelings and attraction I once had She held my hands I felt the warmth and calmness of her palms She kissed me for the first time It felt different in a good way A kisses that still pops up in my head That can't be easily forgotten She held and caressed me Her touch feels so divine She gave me goosebumps She planted a new feeling in this heart of mine She held me close and made sure I never leave her sight.
I get it, worrying about whether the strange tingle in your lungs is psychosomatic or not is probably killing the mood at home. The answer for me, like it almost always is, is poetry. Read your lesbian lover poetry during one of those nights when the only thing you can hear in the apartment is the soft rustle of your plants, the mewling of your cat ignoring you from the next room. Read her these poems to light a fire between the two of you, show her how much you care and how much you know about poetry beyond some dead white men flex on that hoe! Here I have 11 poems of varying lengths that you can read to your lesbian lover with that expensive wood wick candle flickering on the bedside table. You can pick and chose which ones you will read or my favorite, read them all in a rush as the sexual tension mounts and then get to business.