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Passion Wish - A Poem

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Nora Jones

You wished for me and so I appeared

Like a storm that touched down, I don’t know why I’m here

with no clear intention I am one to be feared

Lightning crashing, and we have been seared

Infected with passion that can bring us to tears

You would never miss what was never near

but you wished for me and so I appeared


My waters rain down upon your skin

soak into your spirit, grab you from within

You don’t seem to realize the mess that you’re in

I’ve become your vice and your addiction

You have found your peace in the warmth of my skin

and are consumed by this rare connection

slowly being revived, fed by passion

without realizing that we’re each other’s victims


We both enjoy just letting go

no thinking or planning just going with the flow

where will it lead? neither one wants to know

we just want to bask in this passion’s glow

as it permanently burns into the skin of us both

we take our risks to enjoy the show

we laugh, we melt, we sin, we grow

so much more than lust wrapped up in a bow


You wished for me and so I will stay

for as long as I can til storms carry me away

some passion is fleeting, there may come a day

when we lose it all and can’t find a new way

There is a chance that our feelings can lead us astray

or life’s calls of caution force us to obey

and put aside the passion in which we love to play

I do not let fear keep me from your embrace

for I know that this is not always the case

I live in the moment, I mean what I say

Those strong in their passion can keep it in place

So here I am, come what may

You wished for me and so I will stay

Comments

Lissette (author) from Central Florida on September 22, 2014:

You feel things in my works and it makes me smile :)

mothersofnations on September 11, 2014:

Wow, I'm blown away by this poem... Reminds me... I'm overflowed with emotions at this moment, the trigger in your words... so beautifully written... you've have a way I've lost some time ago... you've inspired me to keep trying, keep writing, release what's grown for so long... I can't explain how this poem has touched me today... God bless you, Moms-Secret, God bless you...

Voted up and shared...

Lissette (author) from Central Florida on July 11, 2013:

Amazing... Thank You.

newenglandsun on July 03, 2013:

your presence is missed, legacy

Lissette (author) from Central Florida on April 28, 2013:

I am so happy that you enjoyed it. That you would use the word always is an honor that I can't begin to explain. I so appreciate you!

Jennifer from Lost...In Video Games and Stories on April 28, 2013:

Wow! I loved the passion behind this! I always enjoy your work. Voted up beautiful and awesome!

Lissette (author) from Central Florida on April 28, 2013:

Second to the blending of words, pairing art to a work is a favorite of mine. I only wish it were easier to find who the true artists are. I would love to give the proper credits. I always smile gratefully when someone likes the pairing. Thanks for the smile LChristaine.

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LChristiane from Florida on April 25, 2013:

You're more than welcome, it was pleasure to read this piece and see this photo with it.

Lissette (author) from Central Florida on April 24, 2013:

Welcome LChristiane. I am very happy to see you here. I am glad that you enjoyed it. Thank you for the beautiful comment.

LChristiane from Florida on April 23, 2013:

INSPIRED! I love this piece of art. And the picture....ahh. Thank you for sharing such a beautiful passion that came from your heart.

Lissette (author) from Central Florida on April 22, 2013:

I do not want you to hold your questions. I find them intriguing. It is communication and it is interesting. I have always preferred them. Besides, with out your curiosity you faded (tho I realize that it could be a coincidence.)

newenglandsun on April 22, 2013:

That's why I stopped asking you about labels.

Lissette (author) from Central Florida on April 22, 2013:

I would never take credit for an accident, lol. Its humanities Achilles heel. :)

I am very familiar with this particular anarchist. Love his work. Grateful to have been once compared to him and Mother Teresa, tho the vision of the persons bearing such compliments were severely altered and biased by caring & love for me. I am much to balanced to compare with such good. I love and appreciate my bad and my good.

I accept you and your label of anarchist Daniel. Will you accept me in my resistance to adopt labels?

newenglandsun on April 21, 2013:

Sorry. Been a while. Here's another anarchist.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mahatma_Gandhi

newenglandsun on March 26, 2013:

That's okay to take credit for accidental things.

Lissette (author) from Central Florida on March 26, 2013:

I am happy that you enjoyed it newenglandsun. I can't take credit for its neutrality. It was quite accidental. I am happy that you brought it to my attention. It is something I am now proud of. Had I been more of a planned person and not a creature of the moment or the flow, I would really want to include as many as possible since acceptance and universal love are in my nature.

I especially like creating images and evoking feelings in others so your last sentence is very flattering as well. I am filled with elated gratitude.

newenglandsun on March 26, 2013:

The gender neutrality in this poem was very considerate of you. Since there may be bisexual or homosexual lovers of people of the same gender. The picture helped to illustrate things for me. I also created a similar picture of two lovers running to each other on a shore in my own head as I read this.

Lissette (author) from Central Florida on January 18, 2013:

I love and embrace your compliment nighthag. Thank you... I like melodies. I am glad that you can hear it. I love mixing the arts... visual, sound, and word.

K.A.E Grove from Australia on January 18, 2013:

This was amazing in every way! I could almost hear it as a melody as I read. Enchanting !

Lissette (author) from Central Florida on January 13, 2013:

Very nice to meet you acaetnna. I am so happy to hear that you enjoyed this.

acaetnna from Guildford on January 12, 2013:

Oh wow - awesome work!

Lissette (author) from Central Florida on January 03, 2013:

It does seem to be a lot less intimidating on the page than in person Laurinzo. So many people want to hold me close and shy away in fear simply because I stir feelings and life.

LJ Scott from Phoenix, Az. on January 03, 2013:

Us poets can't hide our passion it pours out; hopefully on the page (or screen)

Lissette (author) from Central Florida on January 03, 2013:

Thanks for the smile Laurinzo... I love comments that begin in wow, hahaha... People tend to hide their passion. I do not see why if so many seek it.

LJ Scott from Phoenix, Az. on January 03, 2013:

Wow... what an incredibly beautiful and moving poem... there is so much ... "infected with passion that can bring us to tears" ; that IS passion and what everyone seeks

Lovely Lissette, I am voting up and sharing

Lissette (author) from Central Florida on December 19, 2012:

So good to see you Lady! I am happy that you were captivated!

Thanks for the wonderful comment and Happy Holidays to you and yours as well.

Elena from London, UK on December 17, 2012:

Beautiful and captivating Poem.

Thanks and Happy holidays.

Lissette (author) from Central Florida on December 15, 2012:

I love that you tell me what your favorite parts are Caroline. It helps me to see if I am actually putting out what I am intending you to receive. Thank you so much for taking time for me and my words.

Caroline Marie on December 15, 2012:

Very beautiful writing. I love how you showed the depth of the relationship in this poem.

Lissette (author) from Central Florida on December 13, 2012:

Hi Hattie, I am flattered. I know your work. I compliment coming from the queen of poetry, who I might add, belts them out at incredible speeds, is huge to me. Thank you so much.

Lissette (author) from Central Florida on December 13, 2012:

Lessons? From me? What flattery... I am racing over to you to take a look at your work, anxiously. I want to read where such a sweet set of comments came from. I can't wait. Thank You for finding me Deb.

Hattie from Europe on December 13, 2012:

Yes it is very nice and passionate! :)

Deborah Brooks Langford from Brownsville,TX on December 13, 2012:

Oh My word.. another moving beautiful poem .. I take my hat off to you.. I need to take lessons from you..

sharing

Debbie

Lissette (author) from Central Florida on December 04, 2012:

Thank you so much for reading and commenting xstatic. It is very nice to meet you. I am happy to hear that you enjoyed it. Hope to see more of you soon.

Jim Higgins from Eugene, Oregon on December 02, 2012:

Beautiful passionate poetry, that feeling of letting it go and flying away with it.

Lissette (author) from Central Florida on October 26, 2012:

Thank you for taking the time to read me and comment. I am glad that you enjoyed it.

DREAM ON on October 26, 2012:

What a very moving hub.I enjoyed it very much.

Lissette (author) from Central Florida on October 25, 2012:

What a great word! Thank you so much for such a powerful compliment Eddy.

Eiddwen from Wales on October 24, 2012:

Only one word needed here:Brilliant!!!!

Eddy.

Lissette (author) from Central Florida on October 10, 2012:

What an amazing comment lyric. Thank you so much. I am happy that you enjoyed it. You are so appreciated. I hope you find more to enjoy in my writing soon.

Richard Ricky Hale from West Virginia on October 09, 2012:

Moms, voted up, awesome, beautiful, and shared!! WOW WOW WOW

This was emotional, steamy, sincere, ect. This is a very good poem. Very deep. Awesome job Moms!! Best wishes always.

Lissette (author) from Central Florida on October 04, 2012:

No reason to feel bad Frank. I have not read into all there is to you either. I just decided to visit your page often and pick at random what to explore from you. I am enjoying it now that I have found my inner book worm again.

You can't miss me, I'm right here. You know where to find me.

Frank Atanacio from Shelton on October 03, 2012:

No this was a well paced wonderfully written poem.. it touched me I just felt bad because I thought I had missed it...:)

Lissette (author) from Central Florida on October 03, 2012:

Thanks for reading and for the comment Motti...

Lissette (author) from Central Florida on October 03, 2012:

You didn't miss it Frank. It was taken down because of the original photos I chose. It felt like it took forever to get republished. You want to become a Jehovah's Wit just to knock on my door Frank? Lol. That is funny, very cute. Is that all the poem inspired in you?

mottiandbander from Chd on October 03, 2012:

Nicely written...

Frank Atanacio from Shelton on October 03, 2012:

Moms how the hell did I miss this? I got you on my scroll and yet I still missed this piece... maybe you didn't wish for me hard enough.. because like a Jehovah's witness I would have been at your door girl :)

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