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Poems About: PASSION

In this page, poems on / about “passion” are listed.

  • 97.
    ' Passion(s) ... '

    Passion …
    A Breathless – Flight
    Into Beautiful, Light
    then … Floating Languorously Down read more »

    MoonBee Canady
  • 98.

    The beauty of a kiss
    The touch of a hand
    The heat of the night
    The passion grows read more »

    Christopher G. Turner
  • 99.
    Find Me In Dream Destiny

    dedicated to
    lovers read more »

    Terence George Craddock (Spectral Images and Images Of Light)
  • 100.
    Passion and happiness

    Eliminating passion is not happiness.
    Suppressing passion is not happiness.
    Spending passion only is happiness.
    Happiness is nothing but the sprouts of happiness. read more »

    Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
  • 101.
    Dangerous Passion

    I'm young and he's much older
    He wants me and I want him
    He wants me in his arms to hold
    And I would give anything to feel his touch read more »

    Chelsea Houston
  • 102.
    As the Music Plays

    As the music plays
    my heart aches
    it aches with pain
    pain of the past read more »

    Carissa Thiessen
  • 103.
    Midnight Passion

    The clock strikes midnight,
    And I hear you creep into my room,
    For you are here,
    To spark a fire in me, read more »

    Paula Glynn
  • 104.
    Misty Haze

    Misty blue haze, rise above the oceans, green waves
    Loves seeds, entangle seaweed, washed ashore
    Salty waters flow, to carve its sandy caves read more »

  • 105.
    The Red Sky

    A red sky lights up the night,
    Keeps your heart full of warmth,
    Fills you with passion without greed,
    This red sky at night, read more »

    Joshua Adams
  • 106.
    Touched By You

    Touched by words not witholding passion
    Caressing sweet thoughts, where the light of passion flickers in the recess
    of a mind once doused dorment feelings
    embers ignite a language that heightens senses read more »

    Allie Lusha
  • 107.
    Come my Man

    Come my Man,
    come into me
    gently, harsh, push, hold my hips
    tight read more »

    sanja sarinda
  • 108.
    Ch 07 On The Effects Of Education Story 19

    I asked an illustrious man for the reason of the tradition: Account as an enemy the passion which is between thy two loins. He replied: ‘The reason is because whatever enemy thou propitiatest becomes thy friend, whereas the more thou indulgest in a passion, the more it will oppose thee.’

    Man attains angelic nature by eating sparingly
    But if he be voracious like beasts he falls like a stone. read more »

    Saadi Shirazi
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