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Pillowtalk

by danny's world 2 months ago in love poems
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I don't want to be your friend.

Pillowtalk
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i don't want to be your friend

a hand upon my clammy skin

trace a finger round my lips

kiss me like you don't want me to leave.

i hold onto the promise of one night

you fall asleep with

twinkles in your eyes.

fall in love with me

the way

you fall into your dreams.

i don't want to be your friend

i want to kiss the crevice of your neck

curl an arm around my waist

touch me in the dark.

i hold onto the promise of two nights

pepper-sprinkled freckles in the light.

(don't forget to) fall in love with me

before

you fall asleep.

push me up against the wall -

( if you wouldn't mind)

ravage me.

i want you to caress me when i can't sleep

hold me tightly

when

i'm too high to speak.

i want you to fill my mouth

'til i can't breathe

jump my bones &

say you love me.

underneath the light of the eclipse

put your mouth

between my hips

let me scratch your back

until you bleed.

i don't want to be your friend

i want to be inside your head

(don't forget to) kiss me like you mean it.

love poems

About the author

danny's world

neurodivergent, trans writer and parent. canadian. lover of nature, animals, mythology, travel, and knowledge. doing my best to feel comfortable inside this flesh vessel i call home.

i enjoy writing gay shit and torturing my protagonists.

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