Love poem

Sounds of pleasure, Rhythmic beat of rhymes, Irresistible lullabies Cast a spell with riddles, Like fingers on skin, The poetic line of lips Tenderly touching language Of love, no plain words Carry the meaning of a kiss, Spaces where the breath Of lovers emotions sigh softly.

Born to live

I was born to live, Born to dream, Born to dance Within your arms Where love has been, Where I belong, Not fade away From the moment That we meet, Until I’m just a memory.

Silence

Running water, breathe; Voices murmur over rocks, Treetops whisper to me, ‘You are alone,’ In the shadows That blow across the sky. Dripping tears from branches Land on my cheeks, Silence stirs the air. Sighing, paused.

Desire, guilt’s shadow

Desire, guilt’s shadow Shames your steps, Betraying innocence, Temptation of the snake Hiding in dark places. Fool, unreasoned passion Rules your every move, A fair maiden, A leafy glen, Succumb to your desire. Where love sighs To you are just a myth, Your panting breath Reveals the truth Of your tortured soul.

Love experience

My senses long for soft Love experiences, warm Hands, pleasing spirits Inspired by sensitive art; This body, closed eyes, Breath, fractured peace; Fingers love commitment, Walking across bare skin, Music of the flesh; Desired calm relinquished In arms with sighs, Taken prisoner, Compelled by violins.

In the quiet space outside

In the quiet space outside my Utopian sanctuary, silent footprints, where the only voices now are in my head; peace of mind, serenity. Warmer now, kindled by kisses, love’s knots tangle lovers, within my breast you lie; eyes gaze at soft hands, sweet lips taste desire; clouds cover the moon’s modesty like a blanket draped…

Cupid’s straight arrow

Cupid’s straight arrow, Withdrawn from the quiver, Strikes her unsuspecting heart; Amorous nymphs conspire With beauty’s maid, Virgin passion hurling Kisses on innocent lips; Blushing naked cheeks Reveal bewitching charms Beneath coy looks; Her tender soul wounded, The arrow pierces soft flesh, Consuming her flowering tongue, Until elegant flames rise.