Poems for online dating
The latest winners are: Ramona Herdman for her poem ‘My name is Legion: for we are many’ (Hamish Canham); and Tess Jolly (Anne Born).
Rebecca Goss will judge the latest members’ poems competition on the theme of ‘Hotel’.
Love does a miracle By removing obstacle it helps us finely tackle As we never at all buckle Please love always On all the coming days Love has God's grace As peace, we all face To love, go ahead With guts in head Let kindness be said Let hatred fall dead When are affectionate We cancel an ill-fate Make mood truly great By opening heart-gate Love contains a remedy To end any kind of tragedy To offer solace it is ready And rescue from a jeopardy Love surely heals wound By saving at each bend It can wonderfully mend Upon it, we can depend mvvenkataraman I see you there, laying in bed, staring straight into my eyes, directly at my soul.
Xx Love can build or break Love can cure or give ache If one's kindness is fake Soon apply the brake If one kindly proposes And the other refuses Wisdom, if one chooses Peace, it then produces Love is to heart a fuel No love is indeed cruel Love's power is dual 1 is loyal, two, no duel Love multiplies courage And ends one's rage It heals at every stage Is it not an advantage !
I hear your panting and I stop for a second and you whispered in my ear “more…” I started back up again, slowly, but increasingly faster and deeper. Somewhere inside me I knew what was the right thing to do.
I could hear your moaning over the throbbing of my beating heart. We both sense a feeling of euphoria, your mouth gaping open and we both climax. She pleases others but who would make her feel at ease?
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