Jeremiah Prince

Eternal Run - Poem by Jeremiah Prince

She is beautiful,
Voluptuous, seductive.
When I’m around her
I become more productive.

Is it love, is it
Lust, such desire?
Is it passion
Burning like a fire?

She’s like a snake,
Biting into my skin.
The maddening poison
Wakes the animal within.

I’m not the master.
I’m naught but a slave
To my raving desire.
Her body, I crave.

She teases, runs
Only heightening my lust.
I chase after, faster.
I’ve given her my trust.

She’s as a witch,
Manipulating me.
She makes me want to catch her
To want to set her free.

I run, still faster,
But get further away.
Am I never to be happy?
My passion, must she slay?

I sit in the dark,
But continue to run.
Though nearly hopeless now,
The chase proves to be fun.

I shall never surrender,
I’m a slave to my love.
I am always to want her,
Till I move on to above.

Comments about Eternal Run by Jeremiah Prince

  • (4/5/2009 6:26:00 PM)

    In the loving eternal run, there is no end. lol just read leslie's comment! which I am forced to dissagree with, if there is no lure or mystery in a relationship, it dies in my opinion. Always play the game, who needs innane? winking at you, hoping you are no novice! Tai (Report)Reply

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  • (4/5/2009 1:55:00 AM)

    you are no novice. beautifully written.. after the first or second attempt.. let her be.. (Report)Reply

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Poem Submitted: Friday, April 3, 2009

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