Twilight Lust

Lying here alone in my tent I remember (I remember)
Lying here alone in my tent I remember (I remember)
Lying here alone in my tent I remember (Your feather light touch)
Butterfly kisses, caress my eyes (I remember)

Lying here alone in my tent I remember (Tingling pores)
Your summer songs, echoing in me (I remember)

How I breathe you
How I taste you
How I breathe you
How I taste you

Twilight moon shimmers in the trees, are you near me? (Are you near me?)
Twilight moon shimmers in the trees, are you near me? (Are you near me?)
Twilight moon shimmers in the trees, are you near me? (Sensual knowing)
You have invaded, my body’s secrets (Are you near me?)

Who else could drive me insane with the slightest touch?

When I slip from my tent cocoon, will you be there? (Will you be there?)
When I slip from my tent cocoon, will you be there? (Will you be there?)
When I slip from my tent cocoon, will you be there? (Lay in wait for me)
Smothering me, leave me breathless (Will you be there?)

How I breathe you
How I taste you
How I breathe you
How I taste you

Will I be your supper, twilight mosquito?

lyrics adapted from Lauranne Bailey poem, Northern Lust, Copyright 1996

Copyright 2015
Lauranne Bailey, Carol Harm, Kathryn Ripp
Three Hearts, One Dream

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