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Its been a long time since I’ve seen you,
so we decide to make a dinner date.
A simple evening of food and drink,
but your always worth the wait.
As usual I’m the first one there,
I sit at the bar and have a wine,
being the patient type of guy I am,
knowing you women can take your time.
Lucky for me you arrive soon after.
I turn my head and see you there…
My jaw drops like a drooling puppy,
nearly falling off my chair!
I can’t believe what I am seeing,
I cannot believe how lucky I am!
The envy of all males watching,
as I take you, by the hand.
We find a back corner table,
we order drinks and then a meal,
engage in stimulating conversation,
love, our eyes do reveal.
A bottle of wine comes and goes,
a second nor far behind.
I reach across and touch your face,
hoping that you wont mind.
My nervous and cautious manner,
is thankful that you warm to my touch.
As it has been forever in the making,
you have no idea I wanted it this much!
The restaurant’s closing time is dawning,
people leaving their tables and space…
How can I keep this night ongoing?
Can I bribe the owner of this place?
Everyone has gone home now,
but, the management remain outside.
Smoking and chatting together,
they allow us more time inside.
I look across the table,
a flirty glance never seen before…
This may be my one and only chance…
So, I take a risk and lock the door.
I rush back to the table,
I hear your urgent call,
I find you in the darkest corner
& pin you against the wall…
Maybe its just the alcohol talking,
but, we are rocking to and fro…
The mercury rises another decibel,
who knows where our hands will go…
Laughing and taking our chances,
overcome with joy that we’re free,
you bite me like a vampire!
This says you want me, endlessly.
Unfortunate with our timing,
we’ve to finish as we’ve been a while.
Management are frowning at the door,
but, we are both leaving with a smile.
We appreciate your service
& please thank the chef for our meal,
My God this has been a wonderful ending,
if only this poem was real……..