In sensual style, this poem moans for a chance to make breakfast before giving her another try.
Curiosity leads to deep self-exploration and new thoughts on sexuality, friendships, and being unique.
An existentialist love poem.
Searching for love and finding something equally profound.
“I’m not talking love… in this suburban | life, even I | could use a taste | of something different.”
A carpe-diem lyrical poem.
Battling with insecurity.
Wondering how something so great could be beyond her grasp, although not her reach.
Feeling more than close, feeling kindred.
Her eyes, windows to great depth, perceive a deception that isn’t there.