danielle franklin

Rookie - 0 Points (10/14/1992 / minnerwells, Texas)

Love Or Just Lust


Is it what draws us close
Is it what tears us apart
Is it really there
Or is it our imaginations
What is it
Where is it
How does it happen
These are questions we ask
When we love We wonder
Is this love or lust
Like or must
Do I like or do I love
Do I just want to say I have it
Is this love or just lust
I get tingles
I get nervous
I cant breath
I cant see
Is this real can this be
Love or just lust
Inside of me
I have feelings I dont recognize
I want him
I need him
I cant live with out him
I dont know how this can be
Lust not love
now I see
Love is just lusting intensely

Submitted: Thursday, February 07, 2008
Edited: Wednesday, April 02, 2014

Topic of this poem: love


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Comments about this poem (Love Or Just Lust by danielle franklin )

  • Rookie Who Iam (2/10/2008 11:31:00 AM)

    Finding love is not always easy, sometimes it is by trial and error.Your passion is vividly explained, hopefully it is not in vain. Don't be fooled by those that would take advantage of your love.It's been said before 'everyone lusts in their heart' for something or someone.Well written... (Report) Reply

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