Mind, Heart, Body - Poem by Gregory Huyette
When we met your body was the major attraction.
All my senses craved physical satisfaction.
Your eyes were penetrating and lips divine.
Your gestures were impressive on a frame so fine.
I longed to touch you, but that's when I went wrong.
I needed touch your mind, but I started too strong.
I was selfish and interested only in my own desire,
Not caring about knowing you or what you require.
As a result I had no hope from the very start…
Without knowing you, there wasn't a way to your heart.
Too late I know that it's first mind, heart… then body;
Not actions of a loser in love so selfish and shoddy.
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