Tag: Love poems

Under Mistletoe At Christmas

How nirvana means different things to people, A nicotine high, some cannabis, A little coffee to take away the cravings,  A sugar cookie at the corner shop, A meat pie from a 7/11 store Or under a mistletoe tradition. How the best part of the day, Is looking at my wife listening to Eclectic music,

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A Little Bit of Botany to Love Making

There is a sense Of botany to making love Roots penetrate deeper After the very first edition of love-making Leaves unfurl and attract light Glistening as twinkling irises And a flower blooms on lip petals And all the while, the body Photosynthesizes ringed sugars Sweetening source to sink – senses to memories After all we

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Love

In Archie’s comics Betty and Veronica Are not just buxom creatures But the heart’s tug-of-war Between blonde and brunette As man retracts in age To be that boy once again – reminiscing The times when a woman is more than just a woman She is the sculpture covered in fabric Waiting to be unveiled by

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Manimal

I have lost count Of the number of times I’ve flushed love down her sink Knowing I am every inch an animal Sometimes a greedy pig that will shove His snout down pink meadows Or a frog that will muscle his tongue To sweeten his euphonious ears Sometimes I’m a bonobo chimpanzee Seeing my beloved

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A Kiss

The medium and the matter Like fogs of exhale and dewy lips The spell of irises And the witchcraft of rapprochement The gentle winds And the rocking heartbeat The prelude of anticipation And the exfoliation of passion The noise of collision And the silence of collusion Acquiescent compasses On frothy poles of magnetic pink In

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Butterfly

Too many long days Spent searching, too many nights Alone masturbating Too many gin and tonics On a lonely bar in the heart of Colombo Making eye-contact At women with oversized glasses Too many dawns Waking up to myself And my favorite pillow Too many beauty pageants Even black-eyed pretenders Way too many doormats Too

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