A poem about the benefits of real experiences.
|Kisses Without Wetness
It has come to my attention that a fantasy,
Is often so much better than reality.
When the senses are enjoyed, it is so often true,
That a fantasy seems empty, when you think it through.
You can close your eyes and think about a lovers touch,
But that can't satisfy the need you crave so much.
A hand to hold, without its warmth, seems less than right,
Or kisses without wetness, as you hold her tight.
You'll never smell a fragrance in a fantasy,
Or taste a taste the way you'd always hope to be.
You'll never fill your belly with the thought of food,
Imaginary caramel corn is more than rude.
A dance without the breeze isn't a dance at all,
But while in fantasy, your feet need never stall.
So enjoy a fantasy if there's no one to hug,
But if there is, then show them love, and hold them snug.