Poems for online dating
But to John Keats, we should celebrate the end of summer for the wonderful fruitfulness of nature about to decay.
The Members’ Poems competition sets Poetry Society Members the task of writing a poem or poems on a theme chosen by a leading poet.
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We can feel happy or sad It depends upon our views Optimism is a safety pad When comes a sad news We can turn easily mad Or decide to wisely muse Shock or hope can be had Both we can surely produce If we worry, our life turns bad If trust and faith, we choose To our peace, we then add Fearing is of negative Empty, numb cold all alone No one to talk to, not even on the phone Time passes, feelings never fade Emptiness grows, leaving life in the shade. I walk over and bend down to kiss you, our lips entwined.
In 2014 Rebecca was selected for The Poetry Book Society’s Next Generation Poets.
I could hear your moaning over the throbbing of my beating heart. We both sense a feeling of euphoria, your mouth gaping open and we both climax. She pleases others but who would make her feel at ease? The poets who made the (sartorial) cut in our Winter 2017 competition on the theme of ‘Elegant’, judged by Tim Turnbull, are: Sharon Black, Jennie Carr, Duncan Chambers, Oliver Comins, Jenny Hill and Carla Scarano D’Antonio – our congratulations to all of them.All poems published in are also eligible for the Hamish Canham Prize and the Anne Born Prize each year.I guess what I mean, or want to say Is I miss you dearly in every way. Your clit is dripping with juice and I take one final lick to clean it up.
I see you biting your lips, it’s a signal of your desire for me. I pull out my cock, climb on top of you, and insert it slowly.