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Passion Yet To Awaken - Poem by me poet yeps poet

river like a snake
hidden within

you have the signs of passion
but as in early youth yet frozen

let loose all inhibitions
the forests are dark and deep
but all life we search within it
as passion seeps

you have the basic essence
of all that ishuman
so continue
the anaconda will rise
you know it

life s a river
snaking its way through the forest
we all call

now get a suitable
lover girl fiend or wife
live a life
now without strife

youth is calling out
for you

Topic(s) of this poem: desire, hubby, love and life, passion, sexy, wife

Comments about Passion Yet To Awaken by me poet yeps poet

  • Poet Poet (11/6/2017 9:38:00 PM)

    so many have read
    but only one has commented yet

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  • Susan Williams (11/5/2017 2:48:00 PM)

    I could never be a monk although I understand their desire to concentrate their life in aiding humanity as a whole. For me, it is love of husband and the children our love gave rise to that fulfills life... sometimes painfully but the good times makr it all worthwhile. Like your style, Mr Poet Poet! ! (Report)Reply

    Poet Poet(11/5/2017 6:15:00 PM)

    no one is averse to sex... unless one is impo...and all monks know... what is their sexuality and accordingly they too sow... unless as I said they r physically impo

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, November 2, 2017

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