Love poems for hopeless romantics; I'm the poet and you're my muse.
I will always care
I'll commit a terrible mistake A dark sin, a horrid death Just to see your face. And don't tell me you won't call Cause it already kills me
If only you knew
8/5/21 If Only You Knew To want something so much you can almost feel it on your fingertips But then you open your eyes and nothing is there
it comes but once to any or all springing erupt between the earth sudden winter upon a hearth a sizzling summer touch
12/13/19 Melt. That is a much better word, He told me That looking into my eyes Melts him, That it’s weakening. He said before that
God is in Miami Beach
It all started the night we took mushrooms on Miami Beach He took off his suit so I took off mine (my bikini’s still buried somewhere in the sand)
A Blurry Truth
08/23/20 There’s this boy I used to know, With chocolate brown eyes… Or… maybe they were sea green-blue. I can’t quite remember.
When I See Him
He does not see what I see when I look at him. I see a man who can make me laugh when I do not want to, a man who cares not just for me but everyone, a man who is one of the last true gentlemen in this world.
Flowers for Myself
My femininity does not give away submission This flower crown does not represent my surrender I will not fall to your thundering demands
I Still Leave Space For You
I still leave space for you in my bed. I didn’t realize that I had even been doing it Until one day I was changing the sheets,
Make a mockery, not of just, but she, In fragile earth and deathly calm, she rides. Tell not that tale to me. For should I ride, on waters crest, or cry my last at river’s edge?
A Sonnet for Sabrina
Not having you near; a thorn in my mind Hurting and swelling into painful screams Memories of your kisses; my sweet wine Your smile, your dancing glee always my dreams
This isn't a made for TV movie I never expect to get my own way I just wanna move you Like you move me Would that be okay?