Poem: Insatiable Desire

Posted in Joys of Romance tagged , , , , , , at 1:10 PM by Kay

I met you so long ago.

You were a stranger I wanted to know.

There was something about you I had to know.

I had to feel your touch.

I wanted you that much.

There you were my insatiable desire.

Someone who set my heart on fire.

The passion we felt was beyond compare.

The memories we shared will always be there.

I cherish the time we spent together

loving each other and existing as one.

My insatiable desire you will always be.

There is no other person who will affect me

like the effect you have on me.

You took me to another world.

This is a world unknown to most.

In that world,

I felt secure

because our love was so pure.

I will never love another as I love you.

My insatiable desire will always hold true.

You will always be my insatiable desire.


Poem: Just Romantic Fantasies

Posted in Joys of Romance tagged , , , , , , , at 12:50 PM by Kay

Fantasies of a love past.

A relationship that did not last.

Wishing, hoping, and dreaming

but nothing materializes.

Just romantic fantasies

occupying your mind.

Dreams of bliss

that does not come to pass.

Wishing, hoping, and dreaming

of a love everlasting.

Once reality hits,

dreams disappear,

fantasies diminish

and all remains is just romantic fantasies.


Poem: After the Pain

Posted in Joys of Romance tagged , , , , , , at 12:45 PM by Kay

After all that is said and done,

will our love have won?

Something so good that did not last

because we both held on to the past.

After all we have been through,

does our love hold true?

Can it be that it was real,

the love we feel?

Could it be that things were wrong?

Wrong time, wrong place, wrong way.


feelings exist

somewhere deep inside

feelings so strong that we cannot hide.

After the pain,

can we go on?

Can we revive a love past, searching for feelings to last?

Can we pick up the pieces so long broken?

Can we mend a broken heart, uplift a broken spirit?

Can we develop a friendship and go on after the pain?