Author: Pamela O'Brien
Caressing my cheek with tenderness
Only you and I are the witnesses
Nobody else could ever see
The secretive nature of our sensuality
Rarely do you put your lips to mine
Always 'finding' and never 'making' time
Do you even have feelings deep inside?
Is there a reason you try to hide?
Cherish the untainted soothing moments,
Try to enojy our kisses stolen,
In time you will come to understand,
Open your mind and try to expand,
Nobody can miss what they never had
Comments on this poem/writing:
|Luc (22.214.171.124) -- Sunday, December 22 2002, 04:26 am|
i like this types of poems and especialy the way you write them since obviously you dont write 'em like "c if for..." think i said that already... nice job..
|Pamela (126.96.36.199) -- Sunday, December 22 2002, 05:55 pm|
You're such a sweetie :o) Thank you for liking the poem - I guess I think they are kinda neat too. A break from the usual or something.....
|Capricorn (188.8.131.52) -- Sunday, December 22 2002, 07:10 pm|
clever writing, pam seem to remember you doing this before. I like it!!
|Pamela (184.108.40.206) -- Tuesday, December 24 2002, 01:23 am|
Yeah I did one called Loneliness like this as well - who said anagrams are for kids? LOL
I think it just makes it more interesting sometimes. And its kinda fun because you have to find ways to break the norm - "C is for...., O is for...."
You should try it, I betchya'd be good.
|barb (220.127.116.11) -- Sunday, December 29 2002, 02:55 am|
I did a poem like this last year called brother. I think it's neat, something different
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