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Poem Details | by Connie Marcum Wong |
Categories: age, longing, love, youth,

Sweet Youth

Sweet youth with its ghostly shadows of regret 
encircling the mind of an aging maid...like vultures 
       waiting to descend
 
Capturing those passions left unspoken
from a self-conscious shy student in church choir.

His flawless skin drew me in like an invisible magnet.
My eyes followed his every unnoticed move 
        in anguished longing.

My silent lips uttered no audible words even when
he reached out to touch my long deep golden hair.

I reminisce and suddenly he's right here 
His jet black hair and handsome face remain frozen 
in youth as my words left, unspoken.

4-23-19




Poem Details | by Kevin C. Martin |
Categories: christian, courage, cry, dream, faith, fear, god, heaven, hope, how i feel, i love you, inspiration, inspirational, introspection, jesus, life, loneliness, lonely, lost, love, pain, peace, religion, religious, teen, teenage, thank you, thanks, thanksgiving, youth,

Lonely Dreams

I never knew following dreams could be this lonely,
But up on the hill, looking back, thank God I'm not the old me.
If the tears will fall, let them be;
I believe this is God's plan, follow your dreams.

Poem Details | by Jay Loveless |
Categories: best friend, love, lust, youth,

Navigator

You my love
Are perfect
You my love
Know how to make me wiggle
Moan, scream into silence
Arch my back and contort
Like I never knew I could
You my love leave me breathless
Speechless, thoughtless
Without capability to comprehend
Anything other than your touch
You my love are a master magician
An understanding lover with navigating hands

Poem Details | by Ngoc Nguyen |
Categories: life, loneliness, longing, loss, love, time, youth,

Sonnet to Sorrow O'er Sin for a Season and Young Love Lost

When I look on my life that's now half-spent,
I sigh the loss of youth that's forever past,
wishing myself better Fortune's consent,
love, friends and wealth with naught to lose or waste
but for the mean expense of young love lost;
despising this, I oft' bemoan the loss
of vestal company's first time the most,
for matrons offend like mouldering moss;
which, like Time's sure, inexorable march;
destroys the juvenescence of life's spring
year by year till extinguishing Youth's torch,
a dead flame for which I am most desiring.
      If I could live and love anew once more,
      I'd not err this time and lay a rude whore.
 


Poem Details | by Ngoc Nguyen |
Categories: age, innocence, longing, loss, love, lust, youth,

A Lament for Lost Love and Youth

I mourn for the death of my erstwhile youth,
a time of innocence and naive bliss
which hid from me life's dark, unpleasant truth
but for ever holds all the joys I miss;
a time of mannish beauty, brawn and thews
as of a Greek god in his peerless prime
like Heracles of fabled strength, sinews
and might that's of renown from mythic time.
But, O Desire!...how do I long for 
your renewal (in my now loveless life)
of me and for the virgins of folklore
whose maidenhood can quench my sexual strife! 
      Now in the fall of my increasing years, 
      I have lost love and youth as old age nears. 

Poem Details | by Teppo Gren |
Categories: beauty, crush, feelings, first love, longing, youth,

HER BEAUTY AND GRACE

HER BEAUTY AND GRACE

She mirrors far more loveliness and grace,
than any other my heart has cared for.
From my mind her beauty I can’t efface,
it is she I will love for evermore.
For her heart my first love yearns, her soft kiss,
sweet smile, her long black hair my eyes adore,
with feelings deep, as meaningful as this,
to end the quest, my pretense lead ashore.
Oh, how the heart has waited for the day,
to reach out in loving you, love confessed,
for the love to blossom to find its way,
to your heart, forever to be blessed.

If only I could see my love returned,
instead of my dreams remaining unturned.


T.J Grén

Poem Details | by Paul Callus |
Categories: love, water, youth,

Waterfall


From high up
The rushing water leaps
A daring dive into the unknown.

Unrestrained
It tumbles down, eyes closed
Savouring the adrenalin rush

Of bold youth;
It flows in breathless flight
Crystalline streaks of exuberance.

Deafening
The roar of fulfilment
As waters meet and avidly merge.

 
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Paul Callus ~ 29th October, 2014 
Form: Parallelogram de Crystalline.
[It consists of 4 stanzas of 3 lines each. 
The syllable count for each stanza is 3, 6, 9.]

Contest: Some Form Of Crystalline 
Sponsor: nette onclaud
Placed: 4th


Poem Details | by Emile Pinet |
Categories: emotions, feelings, heartbroken, hurt, imagery, lost love,

Innocence Of Youth

Acquiescing to love’s defeat
you subdue sad feelings within.
For when passion’s all but over
anxieties slowly begin.

Dominating reality
bitter tears flow with brutal force.
For gone are all the promises
that kept forever dreams on course.

The hurt of betrayal hits you
with the force of a speeding train.
And you’re left in a kind of trance
oblivious to all but pain.

Shored-up by half truths and deceit
your happiness begins to ebb.
And your vulnerable heart’s now
a captive in depression’s web.

Your soul's susceptible to lies
when hope camouflages the truth.
And salvaging remnants of trust
you discard innocence of youth.

Poem Details | by Barbara Gorelick |
Categories: lost love, youth,

Oh, Those Eyes



he had the most piercing blue eyes
so handsome in a rugged way
he shyly introduced himself
the start of that wonderful day

He spoke of visiting  our town
his voice piercing my lonely heart
A cup of coffee and small talk
I loved him from the very start

That was so many years ago
for the loss of him my heart cries
life led us down different paths
but oh love, those piercing blue eyes



Poem Details | by Andrea Dietrich |
Categories: lost love, youth,

I Think of You

I think of you when fall is in the air, remembering that warm September night I reveled in your long and tender stare. Those kisses! Why can’t anything compare to then? Now even stars seem not as bright! I think of you when Fall is in the air - remembering that warm September night. For the "I Think Of You" Poetry Contest of gautami phookan

Poem Details | by Brian Morton |
Categories: desire, humor, innocence, loneliness, love, science, youth,

Bottled Love Haiku

If love is a drug
my chemist doesn't have it.
Where can I find some?

Poem Details | by Kim Morrison |
Categories: desire, love, youth,

Unknowing Hearts

 Wrapped in the passion of the moment
 engulfed in a cascade of a emotion 
 carried by a gushing torrent of desire
 dancing on the rapids of uncertainty
 two unknowing hearts intertwined 
 in the rapture of blinding passion
 rush toward forbidden waters.

 In the midst of love's blissful chaos
 will two unknowing hearts whirl 
 perilously over confusion's cliff 
 and plunge helplessly toward   
 the jagged rocks of ill-fated love,
 or will two unknowing hearts 
 be found desperately clinging
 to the last branch of innocents? 
      

Poem Details | by Rosemarie Rowley |
Categories: beauty, boyfriend, devotion, innocence, love, romance, youth,

JULIET

JULIET

Your long black hair, set in a velvet bow
Your well set shoulders tell me all I know 
That you and I are no betoken age
As  you take your bounding place upon my stage
So glad your grace, so lovely you of limb
That counting clans of discord does not dim
Your radiant eye, your gentleness of touch
Which show how I need you and how much
I read your looks with love in every line
Dream all night, and in your arms incline
Such gentleness and looseness all is won
Our beleaguered families  need you as a sun
So much so, that you and I are all
The world needs to cleanse it of its gall.

Poem Details | by Jessica K |
Categories: boyfriend, conflict, first love, girlfriend, love, together, youth,

Young Love

Uncertainty lies
With us being together
Yet claiming promises
Of always and forever

 Old fashion belief
In a love without measure
Steady we shall stay
For always and forever

Numb without one
Starved without the other
So crucial is the keepsake 
Of always and forever

Words will continue
In a ritual blether
Sharing future vows
Of always and forever

But the stars predict
Our relationship be severed
Still we cling to the hope
Of always and forever

Will we follow the sensible
Give into the worlds pressure
And forsake the idea
Of always and forever

Or instead grasp tight
Run away to wherever
Just he and I
For always and forever

Only time will tell

Poem Details | by Tom Wright |
Categories: love,

The Time of Youth

At love's first spark when in youth we were,
That crackle and snap of pine cones burning.
Aflame at first then as embers glowing,
Time has left us now, in thought, yearning.

The spark that was, has waned, not fizzled,
We still fit each other like hand and glove.
In our hearts there could have been no other,
God authored our one true lasting love.

Just celebrated 46 years 





















Poem Details | by Carole Duet |
Categories: lost love, youth,

Reaching Back

Now I reach back into the past to my first love but not my last. I hear his voice still in my brain. So many fragments of the past remain. I see the one I loved so true on the highway in my rearview. I'm on vacation, a getaway, from the sorrows of today. We laughed and cried so much back then. We shared smiles. We kissed and lingered for a while. He kissed my hand and looked into my eyes. I felt his heartbeat. He heard my sighs. We were so young then and free. He was himself and I was me. By: Carole O'Terry Duet Copyright: 2017 "All Rights Reserved"

Poem Details | by Teppo Gren |
Categories: cry, heart, lost love, lust, sad love, youth,

Once more forsaken

Stop my heart from weeping, crying love’s rain,
come hither at least in my daydream haze,
to feel for another, to stop the pain,
desiring to attract your loving gaze.
Perhaps not the beauty of innocence,
but that of kindness, although long taken,
forbidden, but in search of condolence,
the minds rationality was shaken.
Yet the heart needed mending, for all else,
the whispering heart could not be mended.
But naive was the youthful zeal, so false,
acts of lust not to be comprehended.

Leading with haste to a wrong course taken,
to suffer again, once more forsaken.



T.J Grén

Poem Details | by Joe DiMino |
Categories: love, philosophy, spiritual, true love, truth,

Youth Believes Love

Youth believes love
its own invention
and not Nature’s
intension for all--

of course youth
relies solely on youth
its application
before cultivation
our Baby-steps
then the fall…

but I, now,
a senior citizen
a denizen
just prior the sleep,

have grown to see love
high and wide
and reassuringly
infinitely deep.

Poem Details | by Line Gauthier |
Categories: cute love, fantasy, children, fun, horse, joy, youth,

MY FAVOURITE HORSE



His mane is long and he is very proud
He neighs and roars and laughs so very loud
Always blissfully joyful as could be
Many funny stories he shares with me

My dearest horse loves day and night to prance
Forever asks me won’t you learn to dance
Whenever he decides to come to life
That’s when he asks me to become his wife

I stop I look I laugh and laugh some more
I know we would be happy to the core
Under the setting sun just him and me
But you should know that I am only three



Submitted in March, 2018

Poem Details | by Andrea Dietrich |
Categories: youth,

Trust Me Baby This Is Love

 We’ve stopped to park, and it’s no big surprise
you’ve quickly scooted over to my side.
What’s coming next is easy to surmise;
your roaming fingers to my bra strap slide.
 
I move your hands away. At age sixteen,
it’s not my first time in a young man’s car.
I understand what all the signals mean,
but you must know this can’t go very far!
 
Your kisses are not too bad, I admit,
but lacking in finesse, too speedily,
You try to take things farther. Then a fit
you throw. Does this show me that you love me?
 
Just take me home, for I’ve heard plenty of
such tripe as “Trust me baby this is love.”

July 12, 2017

Poem Details | by Pariah Love |
Categories: desire, farewell, heartbreak, hurt, romance, sad love, youth,

Transient

Sonnet: Transient

Of all my almost-loves and far-too-soons,
Hers brought a heat most akin to summer’s sun.
I ill-assumed, one night in joyful June,
A pair so young may ever-laugh in unison.
That season we peeled the rind of unripe love,
No heed paid the holocaust by autumn,
Till it was warmth we lay in bed bereft of,
When roses dead had warned our winter’d come.
Such loves birth as flood then burn to vapor,
From eyes a pain downpours, torrential rain;
Hence I plan to leave next summer’s savior,
Before lips aflame douse to kiss in vain.
     She’ll think me true and bare me her nude heart,
     As I don armor then from her depart.

Poem Details | by katelyn hintz |
Categories: beauty, desire, love, lust, romance, youth,

desires

i want to take myself apart
adjust my movements
for you to watch me
change my skin
admire how i stretch
as a live being
to just be in one
moment
only two may experience
alone
i want to share myself with you
and give you my control
to lose myself in your world
and entrust you with my love
to just die
and live
at once
i want to feel alive

-kh

Poem Details | by Line Gauthier |
Categories: autumn, nostalgia, rain, romantic love, school, together, youth,

TIME OF OUR LIFE



Autumn rainstorm
The sound of freedom
The taste of youth
Skipping classes
Naughty and misbehaving
To tunes on the radio
Safe in our own world
Thought we had it all
We had each other
And our dreams
Time stood still



posted on December 23, 2018

Poem Details | by Line Gauthier |
Categories: confidence, hope, life, love, passion, romance, youth,

GAMBLING WITH LIFE



Young couples every day
Falling in love
Casting the die
Hoping for the best
Vying for true love
Trusting their hunch
In the love lottery
Crossing their fingers
Hanging a rabbit foot
Throw it all on a gamble
Never crossing their mind
To have the conversation
And ask what’s meaningful
What’s important to you?
What do you believe in?
What do you want from life?



posted on February 6, 2019

Poem Details | by katelyn hintz |
Categories: emotions, hurt, love, youth,

i think we're a little more than just friends

your stone cold hands hold me tightly as i cling to you and shut my eyes 
we claim our passion for each other but you know nothing of me as do i of you
you keep confusing me everyday wondering if you want me today or not
or you act as if im nonexistant
but i still catch your eyes following my direction 
and then youll text me
taunting me with your tongue 
like im an angel and youre a demon guiding me to hell
im a fool to give in but i do everytime
i just wish youd come up to heaven once in a while too
you say we shouldnt be so sensual but we speak words far past those boundries
god you are so manipulative whywhywhywhywhywhwy
do i give in 
i still love you

- kh