Life’s Addiction


Life’s Addiction


My eyes see more than I wish to see

my heart beat less every passing day

and love, well love I cannot say

if it was real as much as ideal.

But how do I miss an endearing look

as it wasn’t her more than it was me

the one weaving dreams

broken every time I misunderstood.

And now it just seems

life gives me the vision

to understand love when no longer near

and love, well love I can say my dear

was my life’s addiction

and then disappeared.




-Shedding Dreams- (Sonnet)


-Shedding Dreams-



I strip love shedding dreams of gone lovers

leaving traces of forgotten names,

a constant yearn lonely night uncovers

when under sheets played the sweetest games.

And yearn a must such beauty I cannot find

comparing love in memories now gone

a certain look later life defined,

a parting kiss I followed thereon.

And now I seek to taste love same as then

in between her arms that eagerly embrace

I’ll try to find the magic lost when once again

in her body my lost wishes I’ll replace.

I strip love shedding dreams of times now past

eyes closed wishing her lips will be my last.







Write me a poem– you said

so I wrote on your skin

with the tip of my tongue

leaving traces when done

of desires in Spring

blooming love on your body.

And I crafted a rhyme

with each letter a taste

to the end with no haste.

Play the poem– you said

while the melody lingers

so with delicate fingers

I played softly your skin

with the cords on your thighs

hearing pleasurable sighs

from your lips like a song,

and the poem was done.