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Love Poem

By Shaun Gibson, published on Jun 4, 2014

hold a touch to feel your breath every day

I awaken every day and you are my first thought

I need to feel you, hear you, your breath against me

I need you more than a lung needs air, I think it’s love

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Like Alpha needs the Omega, I need to know your warmth

Our sameness make us one, our differences make us two

When the night comes I need to feel your naked next to mine

Skin on Skin we intertwine as one soul, I think it’s love

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I am on a path to love you more, prepare for what’s in store

The love I hold comes from... (more)

Tags: poem, poetry, love, love poem, making love, making love poem

The Quilt

By mantra lotus, published on Jul 12, 2011

Last Night, I sewed a Quilt for you

Last Night, I stitched over 360 patterns for you

Last Night, I needled in and out for you, out and in for you

Last night I sewed a quilt for you

I mixed Yellow in with White, Green with Blue, I added

Purple to Orange, Brown to Beige and Gold to Silver too.

Last Night I weaved Love into Pain

I threaded Tomorrow into Today and Truth into Justice

I put the Bees in with the Birds, the Trees with the Clouds

I combined Elephants with Crocodiles, Lions with Rabbits

I put Roses with Lilac, Hyssop... (more)

Tags: love poem, www.mantralotus.com, the quilt, kristin miller

Through Crystal Eyes

By Jack Bates, published on Jun 15, 2011

Big, beautiful eyes Large, vast, and wideInside is a place That dwarfs the skiesLove, beauty Peace, and harmonySet the pace of this magnificent placeLost and helpless, Where am I?Must have traveled there, Through your eyes

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Tags: love, love poem, crystal, mystical

The Soft, Sands of Love

By BusinessLife, published on Apr 6, 2011

I do not yet understand what I feel.

I can not possibly fathom what stirs inside me or even give it a name.

Someone passing by may call it love. But who can really be sure? And who really knows?

Throughout our lives, love is seen and felt and heard and soaked up in most areas of our hearts, our souls, our minds.

So, is this same love now in the very fiber of what makes me who I am today?

Is it worth truly exploring?

With a lump in my throat, I try to find ways to preoccupy my time.

I look, I listen, I read all that I can without allowing my mind... (more)

Tags: poem, poetry, gillean smith, national poetry month, love in the sand, experiencing love, love poem, love and confusion

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