Friends, once again we are celebrating ROMANTIC MONDAY!
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I don’t need diamonds
For you put a priceless sparkle in my soul.
Forget the candles, baby
Because we’ve got a wildfire burning between us.
Vacations in exotic places?
They are nothing compared to the trips of ecstasy we take in the night.
An expensive dinner at a 5 star bistro
Is no match for the 100 star feast we had in our kitchen.
The ladies of society wear emeralds around their necks
Yet they are green with envy over our love.
You can adorn me with chains of gold
But your kisses gild my lips with a midas touch.
Take me to the symphony with world-renowned soloists
And watch them stop to listen to our concerto of seduction.
A red carpet gala where we gaze upon beautiful people?
Their faces will be the color of crimson when in the presence of our award worthy passion.
Nevermind the fine wine
I will make you drunk from carnal bliss.
Why buy for me a fancy car that is rare
When you drive me to the brink of euphoric madness with your raging horsepower?
A Rolex watch will not be able
To keep time from standing still when we our bodies are in synch.
I have no desire for a luxury yacht
Only a yearning so sail in your high seas.
You can build for me an elaborate chateau in the Alps
But it will crumble like sand in our tsunami of flirtatious daydreams.
To look at a wall filled with exquisite art
Is futile when I am blinded by your existence.
My spirit entrusted to you, my body lavished upon you.
You make the sun set, and command it to rise once again
With one small intoxicating whisper.
The moon glows over each nocturnal caress
And creates a moonstruck cradle of enchantment between us.
Your worth is beyond the richness of one thousand deep sea pearls
And one million pieces of dark chocolate.
I need not the things of this wicked world to be happy
I simply want what you have always given me
With your own free will, with your entire being
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