Passionate

Passionate_Kiss

Pulling you close
I feel your beating heart
Anticipation floods my soul
And I’m eager to start
Shivering next to you
Warmth is what I seek
Shaken by your fiery kisses
I’m unable to speak
Ignited by the warmth
Of your soothing touch
Overwhelmed by desire
I want you so much
Never ending ecstasy
Wreaks havoc in my brain
Alluring sensations
Let us never again refrain
Tantalizing caresses
Fuel the flames of passion
Enraptured by you
Inextinguishable attraction

 

Written by, Michelle Cook


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21 responses to “Passionate

  1. So Passionate, Michelle. Perfect for the day. Happy ❤ Day!

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  2. Thanks D. I decided instead of buying a card for hubby this year, I’d just write him a poem. Hope you have a Happy Valentines Day! ❤

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  3. Great minds think alike! I wrote my poem for Tanya, too!!

    I am in awe of yours.:)

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  4. Advanced Research Technology

    You’ve captured many of the emotions of what it means to be One.

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  5. Thanks Dustin. I wasn’t sure whether to write about love or passion. Two very different things in my opinion. Yours is brilliant! I bet she loved it.

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  6. Passion is only a small element, of what love is in its entirety.

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  7. Very steamy indeed for this Valentine’s day!

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  8. Love acrostic. Lovely sentiments

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  9. Tanya did love it, thank you. I am honored that you think mine is “brilliant.” 😊 I agree that love and passion aren’t the same thing. What did Brian think of your poem?

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  10. That’s good and it was! As for Brian, well… he isn’t really into poetry… I ended up asking him if he read it and liked it and he said he did. That’s about all I got out if him. He did say he liked the way the title was also in the poem itself. 🙂

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  11. Thank you!☺ Wow, that’s all he said? I’m sorry to hear that. I would have a hard time with that, and I’d image that you did, too. But at least he appreciated your creativity.

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  12. Like I said, he just isn’t into poetry. Some people aren’t. If I ask him about what I’ve written, he usually just says “It was good.” And doesn’t really say much else. Most of my family members won’t even read my poetry, let alone comment. So I’m just glad that at least he reads it. I learned a long time ago that if I try to write to please other people, I will always be disappointed. I now write for myself and if somebody happens to actually like what I’ve written and tells me, than that’s a bonus for sure! 🙂

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  13. I agree: we must write for ourselves. And I understand him not being into poetry, and his willingness to read it and comment is enough for you. I guess what I’m trying to say is that wouldn’t be enough for me. Especially if most of my family wouldn’t read my writing. I guess I take my support system for granted. You are much stronger than I am, that’s for sure!😀

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  14. Not stronger Dustin… just resolved to accept that which I cannot change. 🙂

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  15. bratsbeercheese

    Love this poem I find myself yearning for this with beautiful wife and I see it and feel it in her touch and I look forward to reciprocating back to her.

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  16. Your poems are always so introspective.

    A nice break, from all the daily, internet noise!

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  17. Thank you! 😉

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