Alexander Presniakov

(San Francisco, California, USA)

Forbidden Love - Poem by Alexander Presniakov

Tear drops are falling,
my heart's been yearning.
Tender is your kiss,
that I felt upon my lips.

Forbidden is our passion.
Yet brilliant just the same.
Were involved with others,
but our closeness is supreme.

How wrong can it be to feel this for you
I can't love but one, I need you too.
Sinful it might be,
but whom will know but us

The passion that I feel has now turned to lust.
Visit me and see that whom I trust.
You and I as one.
We have today till dusk.

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003

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