Passion

Poem By Michael James Kennedy Findlay

Passion
A red rose waiting to be given
A light touch on the arm
A cuddle close
A passionate kiss under the stars
A pen carefully handled to write a lover letter to a special person
A dance upon a dance floor before the sea
A slow walk upon the beach in the sunset
Passion
Existing in all of us, however deep

Comments about Passion

heya michael. i think all your poems are beautiful. speak to you soon. josie xx


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