What if I said "yes" to your smile? That simply delicious way you have of asking me a question, Moving me in pockets, Testing my resolve. What if I just wondered into your heart? Playing the strings of your embodiment, Softly blowing through the reeds of your desire, Tickling those parts of you. What if I trusted your instincts, As much as I trusted my own? Climbing steep cliffs and rocky ledges, Together, holding hands. What if I softly touched your skin? Tuning the instruments of your longing, Strumming the soft notes we've written together, Singing ecstatically to the Moon. What if I followed those lines to the center of you? No distortions in our hastened breath, Our rhythm keeping Universal time, Like the Sun and Earth in unison. I want to walk with you to places of pure joy, Find you basking in your own pleasure, Enter you in moments when you need to be filled. Call for me. I want to hear you scream your epithet, Hear you moan your story, Writhe to our song, Do not lay still, for the moment is passing.