Richard Allen Beevor

Silver Star - 4,378 Points (23 March 1949 / London)

Gone (Whirlwind Love) - Poem by Richard Allen Beevor

The ghosts are walking the halls tonight,
those memories.
Spirits are screaming at hills tonight,
those memories.

Run fingers through your hair,
a gentle kiss, embrace we share,
dress slips to the floor,
falling on the bed for more.

Take me for your lover,
such beauty I uncover,
fingers stroke inside your thighs,
parted lips escape sweet cries.

Breast peaks raise desire,
tongue's caress inciting fire,
heavy breathing escaped delight,
wrestled sheets wrap lover's fight.

Legs part to grip the storm,
slide inside welcome, warm,
thrusting deep wet within,
elixir flowing, is this sin?

The ghosts call your name tonight,
those memories.
The ghosts drift dark corridors tonight,
those memories.

Recall time,
relived,
forgotten,
ghosts of dreams,
revived,
gone.................


Voices.net version:

The ghosts are walking the halls tonight,
those memories.
Spirits are screaming at hills tonight,
those memories.

Run fingers through your hair,
a gentle kiss, embrace we share,
wishing slipping to the floor,
falling for you ever more.

Take me for your lover,
such beauty I uncover,
fingers caress rouse your sighs,
parted lips escape sweet cries.

Loving peaks raise desire,
tingled caress inciting fire,
gentle breathing escaped delight,
wrestled sheets wrap lover's fight.

Hands reach to grip the storm,
in your arms, welcome, warm,
falling deep to love within,
passion flowing, displacing sin?

The ghosts call your name tonight,
those memories.
The ghosts drift dark corridors tonight,
those memories.

Recall time,
relived,
forgotten,
ghosts of dreams,
revived,
gone.................
2015

The second version I changed because Voices.net have a very strict moral code and the first version was deleted by them as being too racy I guess, I actually think I like the second version better now

Topic(s) of this poem: passion


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Poem Submitted: Monday, November 2, 2015

Poem Edited: Thursday, August 4, 2016


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