Gordon Jerome


Yet Found - Poem by Gordon Jerome

Loneliness my too frequent friend
Here together we are once again
Please understand what I’m about to say
I wish you would simply fade away
And allow me comfort in another’s arms
To bestow upon them lustful charms
And experience with them our deepest desires
To quench our thirst and fuel our fires
To share in the pleasures of flesh and mind
To seek the erotic we’ve yet to find
To search for fulfillment on ecstasy’s plain
To bend the rules of normal and sane
For in the extreme we shall find true release
And all our desires find lasting peace
So travel with me neither tethered nor bound
As we seek fulfillment yet to be found.
“closing thought”
True joy is in the seeking not in the found
To your own desires should you ever be bound


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Poem Submitted: Saturday, May 8, 2010



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