It's like being wrapped in a rug by the fireplace,
And eating a freshly baked apple pie that fills the whole room with its glorious scent,
Scooping on extra piles of vanilla icecream,
Dusts of cinnamon.
Other than really wanting an apple pie right now,
That's how falling asleep so close to someone's body feels,
You hear their slowing breath,
Their arms loosen around you,
Their heartbeat pulsate through their chest,
Their tired voice whisper I love you.
There is nothing quite as sugary sweet as having a body entwined in to yours.
Especially when you love them with every atom of your being.
It makes for a delightful sleep.