T’was that Mid-October night
When you came over for a drink
You went in, with that savvy look,
Left me not twice a time to think.
You sat there at a corner
And, as if you could read my mind
You crept in closer to my front
It was your full view that I find.
Those fingers were like satin
You ran them through me, to impress.
As I felt my insides stifle
Wild ideas need be suppressed.
I drank another wine shot
For me to boost my courage up.
But as I reached for the bottle,
I felt the weight upon my cup.
My head was now in circles
As I leaned from the left to right.
Last I saw was your flushed red cheeks
Then you came close and held me tight.
I cannot hold on for long!
All we needed was wine and song.
This night was for the two of us
And I was sure it will not go wrong.
Never had I felt this so
Unraveled feelings on the floor
I had you now, not like this before!
Unwavering– love to the core.
You led me back to my seat
And then we kissed a little more.
I was reaching for the lamplight
When there came a knock from the door.