Matthew Brooks

Rookie (October 06,1976 / Riverside)

Passionate Flames - Poem by Matthew Brooks

Words are just words; the heart speaks the truth,
The mind wonders in hope the soul is renewed,
Your touch is a mere dream, only a wish can make it reality,
Love speaks in a thousand different tongues, but the heart understands each and everyone,

Why must my heart break, lying alone in this bed wide awake?
Gone are the days that the light of love led my way,
Such misery, such pain, the words drive me insane,
Our eyes meet, the world stops, a simple kiss releases the lock,

The clouds dance across a sky of blue, the wind hums us a song for two,
Glasses filled with wine made of love, together we sit like two sleeping doves,
Are hearts intertwine, in an ocean of passion we do lie,
Endless nights, baby oil and candle light,

Emotions explode, as love unfolds,
Lips pressed, it's hard to catch my breath,
The fire roars, love making that rocks the soul's core,
Engaged in an epic battle, love vs. lust, which do you want more,

The cries become louder, set on tilt by this emotional power,
Bodies flaying out of control, like we're possessed by a demon tearing off these clothes,
Body heat on the rise, as I enter you close your eyes,
You scream The Phantom's name, together we're engulfed in Passionate flames,


Forever Faithful
The Phantom

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Poem Submitted: Monday, January 8, 2007

Poem Edited: Tuesday, December 21, 2010


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