Stranger To Love

Rating: 5.0
O' stranger
How I want yr hand to stroke my cheek
Wiping the tears made by solitude
And how I want yr lips to cherish mine

Where are you, my love?
Can I go with you?
As these walls are starting to close in
And become a jail
The silence grows in volumes
In my cell

O' stranger
Could you take me to a forbidden place?
Where you can deflower me
In a state of pure love
As we eat the apple of sacred knowledge
Protecting us from the poison of ignorance

But you are unknown to me
I look for you in bars and seedy motels
Every night as I drink my fabled wine
I end up empty without love
Waking up before dusk
To try it once more
Sunday, February 21, 2021
Topic(s) of this poem: despair,solitude
Robert Murray Smith 22 February 2021
Loneliness, takes all to strange places.
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Sandra Feldman 22 February 2021
Sadness and Solitude, never better portrayed. This poem could melt the coldest hearts and easily reach immortality thru its poetic beauty and written pain
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Rose Marie Juan-austin 21 February 2021
A beautiful poem. A vivid depiction of despair.Deeply poignant.
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Cowboy Ron Williams 21 February 2021
A heartfelt poem.
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Sylvia Frances Chan 21 February 2021
Heart touching poem about being alone, feeling alone, tremendous solitude every night alone without the love of your life! 5 Stars for this loveliest poem.
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David Wood 21 February 2021
Truly a heartfelt poem on loneliness that I too feel. A good 5*
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Belle Wassermeister 21 February 2021
Excellent poem on loneliness, LeeAnn! Five stars.
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Captain Cur 21 February 2021
A beautiful heart felt write. Ah! True love probably only exists in poetry or perhaps not. Seeking and finding are such different things.
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