Who Can Resist? - Poem by Jay Henley
Who Can Resist?
Who can resist the deep beliefs of love?
Who can resist the sensation to belong?
Who can resist the one who you desire?
Why do we resist the desire of love and belonging?
I wish I could resist the passion that burns like a wild fire.
I wish I could resist the omnipotence of attraction to you.
I wish I could resist the longing to obtain you love.
I’m glad that you resist the temptation to be with another.
I’m glad that you resist the temptation to give up.
I’m glad that you resist the passion to ignore me.
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