Talk To Me - A Poem by Tyrell Morris (Guest Post)

September 13, 2018

I want you to do more than just talk to me,

I want you to tell me how you feel.

Tell me that my touch is your sunshine.

That my kiss is the air you breathe, and my heart is your strength you will forever need.

 

I want you to do more than just talk to me,

I want you to tell me how to listen.

Tell me that in order to explore your existence I need to know what you been through.

How your past formed your present, and I’m the only thing that can mold your future. 

 

I want you to do more than just talk to me,

I want to you to tell me how to speak to you. 

Tell me that my words are more than welcomed, but that they give you that tingling sensation down your spine.

How the echo of I love you awakens your spirit way deep inside.

 

I want you to do more than just talk to me,

I want you to tell me how to love you.

That my actions can sometimes push you away but your love will never fade.

Tell me how to seduce you but only in a mental way, and let me figure out the rest so only I can touch you that way. 

 

But after it’s all said and done I just want to hear your voice. I want to hear you say thank you and allowing me in your space!

 

Just talk to me!!!

 

 

 

About the author:

Tyrell Morris is an aerospace technician in Savannah, GA. Tyrell is also an author of his first self-published book “Bitter To Better” The Growth Journey. Tyrell has been writing since he was about 15 years old but just recently found out that writing is his passion. Mr. Morris has been featured in a local GA magazine for his creative words and writing of poems and poetry. When his nose isn’t deep inside a novel he enjoys working out in the gym, mentoring the youth in a middle school organization and coaching basketball in a men’s basketball league. He is currently working on his next book “I AM” A Book of Poetry. He can be reached on Instagram or by email atstrengthonlythroughyou@gmail.com

 

 

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