Pearl Weena Marie E. Sabido, M.D.


That ardent look of desire undisguised


There is that look that a man can have in his eyes,
that ardent look of desire undisguised.
It is that look that would, if it could,
engulf your very being.
It is that look that says he is yours, all yours,
if only for that time being.

Now how must a woman requite that look in a man’s eyes,
that ardent look of desire undisguised?
I say that she would, if she could,
lay claim to his very being.
I say that she take what’s hers, all hers,
as it can last only for that time being.


12.12.2010, dimanche,20h34

Submitted: Sunday, December 12, 2010
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  • Rookie - 59 Points Matt Mooney (12/12/2010 7:36:00 AM)

    Touché! I have often wondered what thoughts come to a woman's mind at a moment like that! The poem has a romantic flavour and a completeness in the brevity of its statement. 10. (Report) Reply

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