Infatuation Poems

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Day dreams
by Prem Sarito

What have I done?
The heart opens, the mind wanders,
I fret I will be shown once more the fool.
No matter, enjoy the moment, tomorrow there may be pain.

¿Qué he hecho?
El corazón se abre, la mente divaga,
Me preocupa que se me muestre una vez más al tonto.
No importa, disfruta el momento, mañana puede haber dolor.

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Beauty in the Dark
by Nicole B

Her beauty crept through her bones and oozed through her pores.

As she spoke gold dripped from her tongue and fire spit from her lips

The Panther in the shadows walked with grace and certainty

Hungry for attention, affection, and a spark to ignite her life she pawed down every compliment thrown at her

She satisfied to be unsatisfied. To simply exist in the darkness where there was very little to hurt her and even less to make her happy


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My Mind Her Playground
by Nicole B

She was always lurking in the shadows of my mind.
As I entertained the thoughts of her she would come out to play.
She coyly ran and hid as fast as I wished to regain focus.
I never quite understood why she had stayed for so long.
At least that was until I realized I had never asked for her to go away.

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Your Twin
by Samantha Grace

Reclining on our backs,
we wonder at the sky.
You point to the abyss of potentiality,
and, tracing her tattoos
with your hand in the air, mutter,
There, like the closing

to some sacred ceremony were we've

united halves into wholes, and suddenly

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Broken Boomerang
by Hannah Sokoya

Throwing my black girl magic your way.
Bending and snapping, (in blonde legalese)
Picking up the instrument of seduction,
aim- unfettered by distraction

Thump on the barren sand
my efforts land.
The love that stays where it's put.
Broken boomerang.


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Recent Infatuation Poems
Day dreams
by Prem Sarito

What have I done?
The heart opens, the mind wanders,
I fret I will be shown once more the fool.
No matter, enjoy the moment, tomorrow there may be pain.

¿Qué he hecho?
El corazón se abre, la mente divaga,
Me preocupa que se me muestre una vez más al tonto.
No importa, disfruta el momento, mañana puede haber dolor.

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Broken Boomerang
by Hannah Sokoya

Throwing my black girl magic your way.
Bending and snapping, (in blonde legalese)
Picking up the instrument of seduction,
aim- unfettered by distraction

Thump on the barren sand
my efforts land.
The love that stays where it's put.
Broken boomerang.


......

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My Mind Her Playground
by Nicole B

She was always lurking in the shadows of my mind.
As I entertained the thoughts of her she would come out to play.
She coyly ran and hid as fast as I wished to regain focus.
I never quite understood why she had stayed for so long.
At least that was until I realized I had never asked for her to go away.

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Drinks
by Samantha Grace

[Wine]...one glass, tipsy...

with his hand pressing her waist

close to his body, she feels

comfortable, desirable, warm, drunk

with pleasure in his leading arms,


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Your Twin
by Samantha Grace

Reclining on our backs,
we wonder at the sky.
You point to the abyss of potentiality,
and, tracing her tattoos
with your hand in the air, mutter,
There, like the closing

to some sacred ceremony were we've

united halves into wholes, and suddenly

......

Continue reading
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