A kiss is never just a kiss. It means something More than lips touching. It’s the contact of hearts, Closing the distance between, Throwing caution to the wind, Listening to the voices within, Hoping, believing, risking, daring, Choosing to take away the loneliness, With a fresh start, Opening up the heart, Learning to be vulnerable […]Read More NEVER JUST A KISS
I said, “I want to be friends.” “Don’t you think I’m attractive?” you asked. “This has nothing to do with that,” I replied. “Are you rejecting my love?” you asked sadly. This conversation was already going badly. We had met two weeks before and shared poetry, Hers was light and fluffy, lifting the soul. Mine […]Read More FRIEND
Lightning flashed and thunder roared, I fell to my knees and prayed. My life was changed before my eyes, My options could not be weighed. All my life I had claimed control, And I could have once again, But I knew I would be lying to all, My protests would be in vain. Her love […]Read More TREMBLE
My Son, Listen to My Words of Wisdom (Part 2) My son, the time for choosing friends is ripe, First, you can tell a tiger by its stripes. A friend can fool you when he growls or talks. You can discover more by the path he walks. Others will […]Read More My Son, Listen to My Words of Wisdom (Part 2)
Your eyes are closed but I imagine the galaxies caught, Your eyelids covering them tight, Oh, how I cherish the way you made me feel, As we loved all through the night, I saw stars, perhaps those very ones in your eyes, I’ve never felt more alive than this, As we shared kiss after fevered […]Read More The Galaxies Within Your Eyes
She laughs at my jokes, She’s shy, she’s bold, But a sight to behold, She twirls her hair, While she’s standing there, I smile at her and take her hand, I want her to understand, That I want to know As much as I can, About her, She fascinates me, Though I want and need […]Read More My Sweet Kiss
While looking into your love’s eyes, Change his heart with a kiss, Overwhelm his senses, With promises of bliss, One lip to nibble, Two to taste, How many doesn’t matter, There’s none to waste, Tenderness or passion, Give him a cue, Discover his weaknesses, Repeat steps one and two, You’ll have to be careful, To […]Read More Sensory Overload!