"Poetry & Rhymes" by William Hancock

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“Where Nothing Makes Sense”

"Where Nothing Makes Sense"

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I so wanna know her,

This woman in my dreams,

Dreaming from afar,

Like an illusion it seems.

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I want to reach out and touch her,

Caress her and more,

Feel the warmth of her skin,

As we fall to the floor.

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I want to taste her lips,

Smell her scent,

Just fade away,

Where nothing makes sense.

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In the hush of silence,

Where dreams collide,

This love that’s bound,

In these dreams of mine.

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Like an illusion it seems,

A dream from afar,

A touch never felt,

Dreams lovers,.. . we are.

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William Hancock © All Rights Reserved

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* Inspired by.. .

            Someone very special.. .♥♫♪.  .    .

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“Hammer & Nail”

Hammer & Nail

If I were a hammer,
And you were my nail,
I’d nail you all over the place.

I’d pound you right here,
I’d pound you over there,
My hammer would never lay waste.

A pounding I’d go,
My nail would sure know,
One pound is all it would take.

I’d hold you so near,
With my hammer right here,
Know my handle will never break.

My aim would be true,
When this hammer hit you,
I would hear a For Goodness Sake!

Right into the wood,
So smoothly you would,
One swing is all I would make.

You’d never be bent,
Your purpose well spent,
You, my nail, would slam in straight.

God, a pounding I’d go,
If you were my nail,
This world yes truly would shake!

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William Hancock © All Rights Reserved

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“It Felt So Right”

It Felt So Right - ©

As I watched from a loft,
On this Moonlit night;
Her skin was so soft,
Her skirt ah’ so tight.

What a beautiful sound,
As her feet touched the ground,
As she danced all the night.

She knew I was there,
As I wished she were mine.
The most beautiful hair,
And her breast were so fine.

As she moved round and round,
She was Heavenly found,
Ah, The most beautiful sight.

As I watched from the loft,
She turned with a stare;
Here skirt she slid off,
Her skin became bare.

Oh God what a sight,
With those eyes so bright,
I could smell her in the air.

As she danced on and on,
With each breath I could hear.
Though not heard was sweet song,
For this one to come near.

Oh, It Felt So Right,
As I watched her in the light,
I wanted her here.

The sun began to rise,
And she turned to walk away.
The light between her thighs,
Shined through in just a way.

She looked with those eyes,
No regrets, no goodbyes,.. .
“Do you plan to stay?”

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William Hancock © All Rights Reserved

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