Your Breath I Took by Ryan Anthony Gibson

Your breath comes from the inside,
Warmed, moist, blown into my face,
Unaware of my observing you beside,
You sleep, your stillness, and grace,
I wish to kiss you, you know,
But it is too likely you will awake,
Every moment now moves so slow,
Lifetime of loves looks I take
Built up inside, a hunger does develop,
From softness to beast I wish to envelope,
Your essense, your smell, your look,
So I inhale, your breath I took.

By Ryan Anthony Gibson
Written September 8th 2009 at 10:45 pm in Barcelona Spain at La Glacier restaurant and bar in the company of Adam Boryniec.
The poem was originally written on a magazine which I will post a picture of at sometime.

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