funny, girlfriend-boyfriend, body, girl,
by Cecilia Macfarlane |
Your raging hormones you must ignore
For desires will shake you to your core
Listen to your heart
Before you embark
Make love with someone you truly adore.
Sciences class teaches us what we should know
About body parts and where they should go
Willie goes in ****
Quicken breaths we huff
All consumed till body fluids flow.
But alas the girl did not have none
Boy finished before girl was done
He is satisfied
She is horrified
Damn the hype about two joining as one.
by Wayne Sapp |
For Linda-Marie's "Journey Back In Time.' Style: Nonet
In youth the road less traveled called me;
fame and money held no allure.
There were mountains to conquer,
youthful legs and ideals
The plan was tough
and I not
Spring, a time of many emotions
distractions were rampant, and bright.
But careers are forever.
The hormones were flowing;
desire calling me.
And so I chose to take normal paths;
settle for the low hanging fruit,
and labor was just labor
without love or purpose;
without a dream
by Tia Pogue |
lost love, love, love hurts,
A chemical reaction, nothing more:
Mere hormones running rampant through our veins.
But, still, we focus on it and ignore
Whatever sense or logic that remains.
It causes pain and sorrow all around,
Regardless of the happiness once had.
When misery and dolefulness abound,
We still pursue the curse that makes us mad.
Delusion plagues our hearts, our minds betrayed.
And afterwards we certainly regret
The ignorant decisions that we made.
We swear that we are wiser now, and yet--
We never learn, and persevere to find
That once again, it's love that's left us blind.
by Olive Eloisa Guillermo - Fraser |
feelings, food, for her, for him, kids, life, love,
white & black these are some of its color..
square, sphere, heart shape and more..
bitter, sweet and bittersweet..
with nuts, almonds and mallows..
local up to a patisserie made..
they are all a delight..
I love it when i put in my mouth..
slowly and slowly it will melt..
noting and savoring it's taste..
it's said an anti-oxidant
Also an aphrodisiac..
Rich in Calcium and minerals..
Releases happy hormones called endorphins..
I am a certified lover of chocolates..
by Charles Sides |
childhood, love, teen,
You learn how to crawl before you can walk
Then pull up; let go; give a step a chance
Little by little you’ll learn how to talk
And you finally stop wetting your pants
You’ll be starting school in just a few years
Give Mom a big kiss; on the bus and go
I know it’s scary and you’re full of fears
All alone with kids you don’t even know
Enter puberty; hormones give a shove
Remember the day you shared a first kiss
Followed by those bouts of puppy love
Now you seek true love, one you can’t resist
You’re reached adulthood, physically true
Mentally you’re still got growing to do
by Wandering Butterfly |
love, passion, romancelove,
Hush now darling
But don’t dare to close your eyes
Our bodies are crossing
Your hips between my thighs
Our thoughts crystallize
Free your minds expressions
Feel the things you see
Motivate this session
With your wildest fantasy
Think and let it be
Let our love be our genie
We are each others wings
Our love’s magic like Houdini
On a carpet ride we sing
How our love forever rings
Hush now darling
Tonight will be the key
Look to the starling
Let imagination lead,
And hormones free
**Contest by Francine Roberts; Make me Swoon, but read the contest**
by Peter Lewis Holmes |
love, , cute,
It was a cute explosion, an anomaly,
Something the press would like:
My puppy and you locked in an embrace
On your bike.
But my fame as a poet had grown too much,
We weren’t rhyming anymore, you and me:
I blamed our hormones; you, you blamed my
Obsession with death and alliteration
And like a million others, I wondered;
Who gets the puppy?
by Gretchen Cruz |
allusion, anger, conflict, confusion, depression, dream, feelings,
BAD LUCK AT LOVE
I thought it was love
But it was just bad luck
And I have come to a conclusion
My love life sucks
I’m not sure of my problem
Yet sure it is just me
Maybe I am too afraid
To face the reality
I thought it was love
But it was just my hormones kicking
And I look back now at yesterday
Saying to myself
What was I thinking?
My fingers can no longer count
The many mistakes I have made
Tears labeled why
Seemed to always end my day
And then, you enter the room
With your radiant smile
Then ending all my gloom
If I get at least some affection
No longer will I be broken
by Earl Schumacker |
adventure, beauty, bird, birth, celebration, nature, spring,
Bird Love- Haiku
coupling in mid flight
hormones, Spring, the recipe
birth! young-lings burst forth
by Meghan G |
adventure, friendship, love, passion,
To reach intellectual ejaculations
to get to
The collosums connecting
by Akiesha Luke |
Kiss me and bring back my senses,hold me in your arms.touch me and make me tingle,fill me with your charms. I think about your soft candy lips,especially when I trace them with my fingertips.with each sensational silky licks.my heart gives out emotional kicks.my hormones do 'yeah' to every romantic word to say,for this everyday in our love we will stay............... So forget about the world,no prices to pay.!.
by Rhonda Johnson-Saunders |
growing up, love, passion,
two worlds colliding
with chemical reactions --
bright-eyed lovers meet
youthful hearts explode
under summer's fiery spell --
raging hormones blaze
By Rhonda Johnson-Saunders, July 29, 2012
for Two Worlds Colliding Contest (Russell Sivey)
by Gail Foster |
hero, inspiration, love, mythology, nature, poetry, psychological,
Beware, for she writes poetry, and ye
Unwitting pilgrim, may become a king
Anointed at the new moon, in the spring
Within an oestrogen mythology
Take care, for she writes poetry, and thee
Good man, may move her blood and heart to sing
Be crowned with oak leaves, bound within the ring
Become her ovulation fantasy
She fair may be, but subject to the pull
Of hormones, gravity, and tidal flow
She makes her heroes, though unconsciously
From those who touch her when the moon is full
She’ll cry and tear her hair out when you go
And pen progesterone tragedy
© Gail Foster 7th September 2016
by Rob Alexander Mayoralgo |
Distorting all sanity
Inexists one’s guard
And begins to scar
At once hormones raging
You see yourself changing
Desperation comes naturally
With uncontestable dexterity
Time is the enemy
But bitterly cannot be fought
Rationale defends contradiction
As if life were fiction
Hypocrisy is guilty pleasure
Affection is leisure
This is no violation
Of an obscene relation
Love is beyond explanation
Optimal not with infinite iteration
by Alex McKenna |
adventure, childhood, daughter, family, happiness, health, hope, imagination, life, love, day, me,
Just to let you know,
A very special day is approaching
IT IS MY BIRTHDAY!!!!!
Taking place on May 24th
The day I was born
And my mother and me adjoined
Cuddled and comforted
In each other's love
Tomorrow is the day
That I turn thirteen
Finally I will have entered,
From then on it will be consumed
By hormones and PMS and what-not that I will deal with
Somehow I look forward to aging even more
I grow more mature, but also more old
I think I'll be taken
Quite a bit more seriously
Not treated like a child,
How most people think we should be
So yes it will be my birthday,
In about two hours
I hope I get lots of comments
Wishing me a well one!!!!!
by Teddy Kimathi |
art, confusion, heart, imagery, life, passion, sensual,
His hormones crave to have her; love her.
She tries to read the lines of chemistry
deep in his eyes, but he doodles his thoughts;
himself tied up in his own confusion,
of what to tell her from his heart......
by Seren Roberts |
Silver threads amongst the gold
They have a story to be told
Of balmy nights and satin sheets
Of hands a touching and kissing feet
Lying in a bed of flowers
Steamy fun under the shower
Legs entwined tongues on fire
Nerve ends found more explosions sired
Hormones racing, bodies writhing
Exploding together thats unsurprising
Lying close body well seeded
Touching his manhood , more needed
Bodies not satiated need more loving
Need to shout out name whilst groping
Tiny kisses oh so sensual
Our lovemaking is not conventional.
Love to love, to want to give
To have to hold as long as we live
Older now but loving still able
Even If it's just footsie under the table
by Jack Ellison |
So it's back to love, gonna write about love
My favourite subject besides giggles
The thrill, the passion, the heat of the moment
Makes me wanna wiggle and jiggle
Love makes me act in very strange ways
As if I'm possessed by some demons
Always been a very prim and proper man
Really can't imagine the reason
Could be I'm reliving my teenage years
Heard you do when reaching old age
Those romps in the hay with the girl next door
When teenage hormones just raged
Well this didn't turn out the way I expected
It's void of the lovey dovey stuff
So I'm gonna sit right down and try again
Sometimes I find it real tough
© Jack Ellison 2013
by David Palmer |
Wise men speculate, philosophers ask,
“Does love exist? Or is it survival
Mechanism of the species: hormones,
Chemicals, perceptions or illusions?
But those who question need to ask poets,
We, practitioners of the soulish arts,
Intuitive doctors of discov’ry,
Know the covalent strength of love-bound hearts.
Try to loose it, break it, crush it, and life
Falls fundamentally fractured, pierc’d;
Just pretend, make believe cannot produce
This devastation. The Tin Man knew he
Had obtain’d his heart as Dorothy click’d
Her heels good-bye. “I know it’s real. It hurts!”
by SAMANTHA MARGETTS |
"I hate my job"
"I've got no friends"
"you don't love me any more"
"we are drifting apart"
when will these feelings ever end?
yes you guessed it, its "that" time of the month.
its the time that fills most guys with dread.
The time of the month that every woman knows.
this time of the month is red.
my hubby doesn't do anything wrong
he helps in lot of ways.
its just that my hormones are upside down, and they will be for a couple of days.
I'm such a hormonal woman right now, i hate you all and feel like giving everybody a punch.
All i would say, its best you stay out of my way when it happens again next month.
by Anuradha sowmyanarayanan |
The gush of hormones
The rush of arrows
The burst of balloons
The tryst with poems
The cocoa in the chocolate
The collage in cards
Love is in the air
Love is everywhere
Roses reach red dresses
Mars meet Venus
Days bright with stars
Love is in the air
Love is everywhere
Cupids in Tee shirts
Love songs in duets
Teddy bears in their hands
Love, Love, Love
Love is in the air
Love is everywhere
by FABIYAS M V |
of her life.
in her neck.
Her black hairs
Love dries in
bed becomes a
words hit his
heart. A death
rattle echoes in
the throat of
their family life.
A physician and
pleasure from her
Fabiyas M V
by Once was |
girl, lost love, woman,
is it that feeling of acceptance on a higher form we crave or do our hormones drive is to lust for a partner is it the simple things or the most complex we stay to ourselves humbled and quiet though we strive for affection we hunger for love to be devoured in it to be drowned in it its everything and nothing life can be eternal bliss and simplicity or a corrosive nightmare with all means to destroy you i remain troubled and silent screaming with ferocious anger in my mind hoping i will find that one soon or someday to end my tears running down my cold cheeks i hope she comes soon
by alison dey |
Macho muscle moving in time
To the rhythm and roll of the drums
Big chests and thighs
Come to bed eyes
And tempting tanned little bums.
Loving themselves, loving the looks
of lust from their wet-knickered fans
They stride on the stage
The hormones rage
Greek gods with their muscles and tans.
'I bet they're arrogant bastards' she says
'The type that would love you and leave,
Give me a New Man any day'
As she sighs and her breasts start to heave.
We all want a man who will share in the work
Who will clean out the loo and make tea.
But give her the chance to share more than a dance
With a Chuppendale or three.
by Margeret Bailey |
fatherchildren, children, love,
Fathers' love is strong and protective,
perceptive and fierce like diligent detectives,
They love their children objectively,
minus the hormones and sentimentality,
Fathers give their children confidence
Teaching them the finer points of life,
so they don't get taken for a ride,
When their children hurt,
they feel the pain,
but they teach them that once they
are knoched down, they can get up
Fortitude and strength is what they bring to the table,
Allowing their children to be honorable.