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This poem is written for Sandi, the love of my life. She is the most exciting, beautiful, desirable woman I've ever met and I am head over heels in love with her.

A Few Visitor Comments

WaterDancer
Change the brown eyes to blue and this would be me and my lover, who I can't (don't want to) keep my hands off of.
MoNi
Hey Ricky Bear, What a beautiful piece of words of love that flow from your heart. I remember how you'd write a poem for Sandi every day back in the day. Please know I love you very much forever and always and more. God truly blessed you with such a fine and gifted talent. I love to read all of your poems because they awaken my heart from a cold winter'sleep to a mild warm lovely spring day.
Michael
This peom rules ricky, if you dont miond me calling you that, i read it and it seemed to go well with the feelings i have for my girlfriend, i needed help to explain how i felt about her and you poem touched me, it was very good Michael
AMANDA
I REALLY LOVE THIS POEM, YOU CAPTURED ALL OF MY FEELINGS FOR MY FIANCEE, I JUST WANT TO THANK YOU FOR POSTING THIS POEM. I REALLY ENJOYED IT THANK YOU

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My Love Burns Hot For You

I touch your hand and the electricity begins
Its high voltage and runs up and down my spine
You place a kiss on my lips and my head spins
Holding you in my arms, I'm so glad you're mine

Your hair is long, shining, and smells so sweet
My hands love to roam through the golden tresses
Getting lost in your brown eyes as mine they meet
I can't get enough of your passionate caresses

When the kissing turns serious I swear our souls
Entwine and float far out into the atmosphere
My heart beats very fast, and body is as hot coals
It's so romantic as we hold each other near

No words are needed as we communicate our feelings
Through our tender touches and glazed over eyes
The sensuality is overwhelming, your love brings
The most delicious emotions and heartfelt sighs

Our love for each other is relayed in our clinch
We want to stay wrapped in each others arms always
I've never felt such passion before, that's a cinch
You bring excitement to all my nights and days

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More Visitor Comments (from the Voting form)

mark
I really like that because it had so much passion into it.
princess
This is the kind of passion that the heart yearns for,the eternal beauty of love that embellishes all hearts that dare to Love.
kitty
i feel this way when i am with my lover. really could identify.
tommy
this is the most and i mean by the most far best romantic poem i have read in the past few years and i love it so much and i hope my girlfreind loves it as much as i did .

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