I watch the sun come up in the blue of your eyes, And I feel your heart beat as here with me, you lie, And I feel your warmth as it showers over me, Then I wonder how a blind man could have never wanted to see, I can see your smile held back on your lips, Admiring me from head to toe, from my eyes down past my hips, I can hear your thoughts as you think ‘how beautiful can she get’, And I’m watching from a distance as your desire stands lit, I can feel your eagerness as its sent straight to my heart, And I send up a prayer asking God that we’ll never grown apart, I watch the sun go down in the blue of your eyes, I feel your heart beat as here with me, you lie.
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Ashley Simpson is a Ph.D. candidate of American history at the University of Missouri at Columbia, per course American history instructor at Missouri State University, Ozarks Technical Community College, and Drury University, in Springfield, Missouri, part-time service desk and research assistant at Ozarks Technical Community College, Richwood Valley Campus, Drury Univerisity's 2018 winner of the Drury Award for best original research project in undergraduate history, and Greene County Historical Society's 2018 and 2019 recipient of the GCHS Research Fellowship. She plans to continue to pursue her doctoral degree in American history with specialties in medical history. She is the mother of two small boys and step-mom to two beautiful girls. View all posts by Webster