Aaron Rigodon

Rookie (July 5,1986 / Elmhurst, New York)

True Meaning Of Love - Poem by Aaron Rigodon

Years wondering what love meant in this odd world
Feelings that drove me insane as I think of a hot Lady
Thought of love as a way to identify humans from the apes
Spending the nights writing sappy letters
To a pretty lady that caught my eyes
Like any dog I crave for sex,
But really search for that special lady

Love is like a magnet that forces me to the opposite sex
Standing breathless as I try to murmur
My sweet words to that woman
Every time I speak my words, it somehow
Pushes me into the featherless wind as I laid knocked
Down in the Good Earth

Love is like a piece of a chocolate cake,
You never know how sweet it is until you tried
It for the very first time.
Craving for it every day and always want to keep that
Delicious feeling in your mouth

Love is based on trust and understanding
Two powerful aspects that drives me to take her
Off her feet and striping her off her bra and panties!
And lying naked in the bed sheets in the silent room.
Speaking wild & unforgettable moments with
Our children and grandchildren
Saying those three words every day to you baby
'I love you' and I'll keep repeating it until the end of time.

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Comments about True Meaning Of Love by Aaron Rigodon

  • (11/20/2005 6:37:00 AM)

    no human can live without
    always the deep need for all aspects of human contact
    searching and searching
    a fine poem
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Poem Submitted: Friday, November 18, 2005

Poem Edited: Sunday, November 20, 2005

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