Adam M. Snow

Freshman - 859 Points (5/30/1988 / Phoenix, AZ)

Virgin Love - Poem by Adam M. Snow

Virgin Love
By: Adam M. Snow

My first time loving heart;
I knew it from the start;
thus be a dream;
to let all sparkle and gleam.
If only thou knew my love;
was truly sent from above;
would I be here right now;
speaking a virgin's love vow?

How great is thy passion?
It pierces thee with fashion;
like a spear called lovers woe;
for I feel it's gentle flow.
Thus be a wish upon a star;
for I know who thou are.
Tis be but a virgin love;
sent from heaven like a dove.

Thus this be a lover's birth;
no money can equal its worth.
Thus it blooms gently like a rose;
and yet preciously it grows.
I have great affection;
for that girl in the moonlight reflection.
I am but a man unspoken;
with love never broken.

Comments about Virgin Love by Adam M. Snow

  • (8/14/2015 2:50:00 AM)

    A beautiful rendition of a virgin's love, so purely innocent and shy. Loved this poem! Thank you for sharing it. RoseAnn (Report) Reply

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