Bold
by Warren Ray



Here I go
Here I go

Taking off my clothes
Sending pictures on my phone
Spraying on cologne
With nowhere to go
Mentality I’m ready
Waiting on you to text me
I hope that you say that you're getting ready
Or better yet
That you’ve missed me
Because I’ve been thinking of you
Praying my gesture will bring our bond
Out of the blue


Because I need you more than ever
You got to believe that you’re more than special
What we said
Wasn’t set in stone
And what we did
Was nowhere near cold
Call me up because I’m feeling bold



How could I forget?
Sweet kisses on the forehead
The taste of spearmint
The gum was yours
Now it’s mine again
I remember our favorite songs
So high
Say yes
Speechless
Prelude to a kiss
How about this weekend?
Candle lit
Hershey scent
Just like your skin
I miss


Because I need you more than ever
You got to believe that you’re more than special
What we said
Wasn’t set in stone
And what we did
Was nowhere near cold
Call me up because I’m feeling bold



You know I like to drink
But I don’t think
Tonight will be
A memory
Worth slipping away from me
Underneath the sheets
Playing tug of war with me
Your lips
Your feet
You can’t keep them away from me
Red light
Green light
We touch passionately
The clock says 3:13
I’m looking at my dream
On cloud 9
You’re a ten
9,8,7,5,6
Shit
Look at what you did
Okay I lied
Maybe I did take a sip
Kiss



I need you more than ever
You got to believe that you’re more than special
What we said
Wasn’t set in stone
And what we did
Was nowhere near cold
Call me up because I’m feeling bold

You want to cum over?
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About Warren Ray:
Warren lives in Greenville , SC. and is 25 years old.  He is a poet, songwriter,
and an aspiring author.  He's been writing since the age of 14.  Warren's parents
divorce influenced him to grab a paper and a pencil.  At the time, he had so
much emotion bottled in him that he had to find a way to let it out.  As a
teenager, his father would complain about him leaving notebook paper around
the apartment because Warren spent most of his time writing poems and songs.  

Warren attended Spartanburg High School in 1999, and graduated in 2002.  He
remembers in the 11th grade writing a poem about the 9/11 tragedy in Creative
Writing class. Warren's teacher emailed his poem to the entire faculty and he
was asked to recite the poem at a school event.  Warren realized that he had a
way with words and also had talent for writing.  Currently, Warren is writing a
book titled “ King St ,” which is about 7 young adults trying to survive their first
year of college.  Warren is also writing a poetry book called “Heart Power.”  The
book will include his best poems he's written in the past 5 years.  Warren
believes words are best written when they come from the heart.  He wants
people to know that words have power; he wants to uplifted and inspire people
with his poem and encourage people to be open, honest, and fearless in a world
where lies dominate.