Poetry

My Fix

“And darling,
you’re like a drug,
and it’s been so long
since I’ve had my fix.”

Those nights,
underneath
the white satin,
still leave shivers
traveling down
my spine.
They leave me
craving.
Wanting
another taste.
And darling,
it’s like a drug
and it’s been
so long since
I’ve had my fix.
So please,
let’s forget
everything
else tonight
and get lost
underneath
those sheets.

Β© Sarah Doughty

Won’t you join me?

This was written for day ten
of November Notes.
Nights In White Satin (Single Version)
by The Moody Blues

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22 thoughts on “My Fix”

  1. Whoa! Loved the passionate, yearning desire you captured so perfectly!! The addictive need for touch, romance and physical intimacy!! Love is a drug I don’t mind being addicted to!! And the answer is an emphatic – “Yes, of course, My Dear!! Anytime and Always!!”
    Bellissimo, Sarah, Bellissimo!!!
    xoxoxo

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