Desire

February 2, 2011
By danibean11 BRONZE, North Las Vegas, Nevada
danibean11 BRONZE, North Las Vegas, Nevada
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The heat soars in and embraces my soul
Eyes wet with desire, mind resolute
A divine touch could never cajole
The feverish yearning, too determined to refute

Eyes wet with desire, mind resolute
Wisdom melds with rash instinct
The feverish yearning too determined to refute
The glowing ambiance, all too distinct

Wisdom melds with rash instinct
Seconds are bound, waves of golden passion soar
The glowing ambiance all too distinct
The futile realization, with fate, implore

Seconds are bound, waves of golden passion soar,
A divine touch could never cajole
The futile realization, with fate, implore
The heat soars in and embraces my soul


The author's comments:
This poem is a Pantoum, a very distinct and difficult type of poetry. I was inspired by the emotion of defeat and the futile feeling one gets after being defeated.

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