Breath caught and spun
around a tongue
with sensuality,
I taste the sound of your laughter.
Gripping it tight with my teeth,
giggling when it tickles,
finds it’s way through the gaps in my gums
and the fissures of my heart
with depth enough
to let in your light.
Absorption and reciprocation
of a refraction,
I exhale,
a sound of satisfaction,
both for the joy
And your reaction
When my lips wrap themselves around the letters of your name.