girl, girlfriend, happiness, love, relationship, romance, wife, women,
by Cecil Hickman |
Love shall be the easiest word; to say.
Though deeper than any words do go,
Harder in ways that anyone may show.
True love so much more such anyway.
Shall wipe out any form of dismay,
If veracity of heart is graciously slow.
When mixed with eyes that seem to glow.
Tenderness rewarding, true loves array.
More than any act, that enriches pleasure.
Flows from, enacted verses; unspoken,
Spirited rapture, with hormonal divide,
From the soul; pure golden treasure,
Enriches feelings beyond any token,
Heavenly bond ensues; when two coincide.
by John Hamilton |
age, change, grandparents, growing up, humanity, parents,
The human experience
We enter this world with a soulful cry
as children we're gifted the skills to live
Nothing satisfies our questioning Why?
we learn, make mistakes, then learn to forgive
Teenagers say, "what do my parents know"
First love happens in a hormonal rage
"Can you give me ten bucks, I gotta go!
You pay until they enter the next stage
One by one the kids leave the fam'ly nest
You've done your best to give them a head start
You have worked hard, now you deserve a rest
Grand kids hold a special place in your heart
You don't feel old, but you must say goodbye
We let go of life - with a plaintive sigh!
John Derek Hamilton
by Thabang Ngoma |
With her motherly self
At peace with herself
A flawless expression
Of Mother nature’s rendition
A brimming supernova
She’s still my inamorata
Through to her third trimester
Glowing with carefree laughter
She’s beauty and grace
A delicate, but uncertain face
Yes, she accepts her responsibility
A lioness, this she does diligently
Hormonal maybe, I still love my wife
I've never seen a stronger force of life
She's a sensual life giving soul
I’m indeed a fortunate fool
I don't purpose to ask why
When she breaks down and cry
I let her know it's okay
I love you (both), I care
by Maggie Flanaganwilkie |
life, love, philosophy,
tie our mouths
to the complexity
disorienting the brain
missing the forest
for a short while,
fast tracks mankind
with unbalanced eruptions
of hormonal agitation
and grand expectations.
is held well
in the genetic coding
of a womankind
the faint hint
of freshly-picked apples
in arousing pheromones.
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 Mohammad Abedin |
There is love everywhere
In the land, in the sea, in the sky
In the trees, in animals……
Philosophers say that is nothing
but a burning cigarette
burn into ashes quickly
like the madness of a moment…..
Physicians say this is an expression
of some hormonal imbalance
In both male and female
to fascinate each other…..
Love can make someone king
But can make someone beggar too
It can convert a sea into a hill
Or a hill into a sea in a moment…….
It has an unlimited power
an unknown destination
an unseen character
like a great magician.......
by Sigrid Ermine |
allusion, culture, dance, inspiration, lost love, math,
Paint coat gloss of stigmatised strategy
Ink print format dishonourable dastardly
Rewriting total emotional reliance on romantic target solo
Mistakes made eradicate match develops purely personal
Necessary structure supports test criteria
Shifted not by storm of hormonal hysteria
Flattery, female following foresee men fearful, fatigued
Indolent inconsistency implores males imbibe, intrigued
- format dating -
by Kim Merryman |
Touchy, moody beings,
Trying to be grown up.
Testing parents' limits,
Trapped in hormonal flux,
Turmoil at the ready,
Trust issues do abound.
Treat with love and patience.
by James Fraser |
funny, life, love, people
She gives a loud sigh
After five minutes of love
She said it was fine
What ever it was
So you thought it was nothing
When you said go ahead
Take me to heaven
On our marital bed
Was that all you had
I'm hormonal glad
Don't worry about it
I got it at last
I've down loaded the instructions
It should give you a blast
Thank you my dear
I just don't give a dam
It's a stallion i want
Not a worn out ram
by Freddie Robinson Jr. |
love, memorial, memory, mother, wisdom,
Mama boy ...
that be me
Lactose weaned on nuturing apron strings,
tugging on uterine maternal instincts
Mama boy ...
always so needy
Taught spiritual hormonal wise sayings,
faithfully abide by those loving estrogen teachings
Mama boy ...
Father said that was me,
and I’m just like my daddy —
Splitting image ... umbilical unique
by Kurt Philip Behm |
Bring your lover into your world,
don’t hide inside of hers
‘A mistake too often made
with respect to women’
Self inflicted homicide…
men die of good intention
A modern age hormonal trap
—loves truth no longer free
(Greensboro North Carolina: April, 2019)
by John Lawless |
life, love, time,
the exuberance of youth
in hormonal histrionics
into a relationship
Love's fever and frost
through its moments
in life's final dance
by Wilfredo Derequito |
deep, heavy breathing,
ah, just a hormonal thing,