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Poems About: PASSION

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  • 253.
    Shopping= Me

    Shopping is my passion,
    Passion 4 fashion
    The clothes, The shoes
    Especially the food read more »

    LeLe Gallon
  • 254.
    Deep Down

    Deep down inside me, a passion burns

    Deep down in me, a secret passion is rising read more »

    Michael James Kennedy Findlay
  • 255.
    PH passions: Falling In And Out Of Love

    Passion

    I’ve got a new passion, can’t stop writing
    maudlin poetry when experiencing these read more »

    Margaret Alice
  • 256.
    My Love

    You are my passion
    The passion that burns in my heart

    I love you read more »

    Jon Evans
  • 257.
    PASSION TOUCHED HER LIPS

    PASSION TOUCHED HER LIPS

    Passion touched her lips
    Words flooded his sexuality read more »

    malini kadir
  • 258.
    More passion, more aggressive

    More passion, more aggressive
    Passion
    Into the lines of verse and song
    Waves read more »

    Emmanuel George Cefai
  • 259.
    A Kiss

    Passion as was the fruit
    Upon his lips
    Sweet juices from thy lips
    As passion slid read more »

    Betty Stewart
  • 260.
    Adoration

    Who does not feel desire unending
    To solace through his daily strife,
    With some mysterious Mental Blending,
    The hungry loneliness of life? read more »

    Laurence Hope
  • 261.
    The Passion From Within

    If you want something, you’ve got to believe you can have it, and take a stand;
    Give it all you got, and reach out your hand;
    You can’t just go through life without falling in fire;
    In time, I think you’ll find what you truly desire; read more »

    Shelby Brockway
  • 262.
    Dance with me

    Dance with me
    Take my hand pull me close
    caress my body with your
    warm embrace read more »

    Jackie Kirby
  • 263.
    The Silent Lover ii

    WRONG not, sweet empress of my heart,
       The merit of true passion,
    With thinking that he feels no smart,
       That sues for no compassion. read more »

    Sir Walter Raleigh
  • 264.
    Fire and Water

    Wild Mountains
    Cool Breeze
    Wild Woman
    Your Fire Powerful read more »

    Peter LeBuhn
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