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Insignificant things we take for granted in life as losing are the important things that matters the most


Four chambers of blood rush

Love has taken the feeling of such

I try to hide behind my distressed words

Presence defeated by the souls of a galloping herd


The facade is once again slipping

Heartbeat keeps dipping

Yesterday is gone

Mentally all alone

No doctor can help

Same problem again, yelp


Stronger, however much better

My feelings determined by the weather

It’s winter today

Summer when I sleep

Thinking back to the first day of our meet


In my presence, a beautiful future romance

A receptive hugging dance

Happy as the day was long

Somehow, I still must carry on

Voices of manly communication has been lost

Erotic images, sexual undertones heard, appreciated from a pricey cost

I must now bear this heavy cross


This ordeal has taken me aback

My curtain of life thrown out of whack

Oh my God, you had the sweetest methods to wake me up

After a long night of getting spent, humped, and bumped

My number one fan to keep me company as I’m running

In harmony to ascend the heart as I’m gunning


No sequestered echoing whispers from the outside world

Yet, I’m still dressed up for an unconfirmed nightly swirl

No baritone voice on the other side for a planned emotional twirl

I miss you so much

You meant everything to me, when under the command of my Midas touch


I feel so misplaced

This is not to a Queen’s taste

Only had I slowed down, not ran in such a haste

You tumbled out my life without me losing a breath, the concept, an unfair sensitive waste

Once I returned to cherish your existence, you were peacefully at rest

Tears welled up, you were simply the best

Your perfection scattered

My emotions tattered

From the hard bed of life’s unfair battered


I elevated you, reverberating several moans

Today I sit here all alone

Our relationship once considered a unified milestone

With a regretful sigh, time to get me another

I hope never to smother


I will treat you right

Never letting your company out my sight

I will keep you at my hipbone

I’m not talking about a man

I’m grieving over my crushed Galaxy S9 iPhone

Submitted: April 03, 2018

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L.O.L.! a 'phone for a lover? Brilliant!

Sat, May 5th, 2018 3:05am


Why thank you...I never knew how technology could play a major factor in our live. It's something, we have gotten to the age, whereas, pretty much, our phones rules our lives, only if you allow it of course. Thanks for reading handsome.

Love and Hugs,

Sat, May 5th, 2018 2:52am


I’m so glad you included that last line, girl!
I feared that your lover had his last swirl;
Taken, like lightning in blink of an eye....
I, for a moment, for you had my cry!
Please don’t deliver such heartbreaking news:
I fear girl, it burdens creative reviews!

Thu, July 2nd, 2020 7:07am


Mm.. I'm sorry I threw a slight curve to such sweeten words
Had my phone been a man
My love I would have given him for all he can stand
My pleasure
He seeks as he dips inside my silken hunted treasure

Thank you for reading my love and enjoy your evening and upcoming holiday weekend

Love and Hugs,

Thu, July 2nd, 2020 9:01pm

Dr. Acula

Sometimes we call ourselves up and listen to the reaction our voice, like hey; why don't we share what we have to say everywhere, because no one else is listening to our hum, and then we remember: nobody loves us more than we love ourselves, seeking instant gratification.

Fri, July 24th, 2020 2:43am


Mm…you had me at hello my love, I see you still have the sweetest poetic equation to melt this poetess’ soft heart. I sincerely bow to your reverence, in addition, have a beautiful day and an rewarding evening on me… wink

Love and Hugs,

Fri, July 24th, 2020 7:08am

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