Baby I Missed You

You’ve been gone a while
So likely we’ll have sex tonight
Lots of extra body fluids spilled
Some good old-fashioned bed-shaking
It’s always the same after you’ve been away—
Your need for a naked toy
But all I really want is
Your mouth in my ear
Saying Baby I missed you
Just you not your body

Len Kuntz is a writer from Washington State, an editor at the online magazine Literary Orphans, and the author of I’m Not Supposed to Be Here and Neither Are You, out now from Unknown Press. You can also find him at http://lenkuntz.blogspot.com.

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