Lover’s Lane is a Valentine’s Day poem from Naked Desires – a poetry book by author and disability advocate, Nicole Luongo.
Naked Desires is the titular poem from Nicole Luongo’s book — a heart wrenching memoir, poetic diary about her quest for true love.
It stands the test of time like aged cheese and fine wine a perfect blend of the days and nights of our lives the dance between the sheets the music that beats to the rhythm of our hearts… forever love. (c) Nicole Luongo 9/14/13.
The attraction between us is so painful it hurts to look into each other’s eyes We’ve fought this feeling for far too long giving into our desires cannot be wrong Tonight is the right time for us to be lovers in the night. (c) Nicole Luongo 4/15/12.
I went to see “The Vow” today. The movie is inspired by true events. It tells the story of a young married couple (Leo and Paige) whose lives are turned upside down when the Paige suffers a traumatic brain injury as a result of a car crash and doesn’t remember her husband. Although the movie
Forbidden Love Our bodies melted between the sheets of passion that lay in a heap on my bed Sheets that are reckless like the expression of our forbidden love warm and soft waiting to be touched Sheets that are now neat and crisp but not clean of the lust that is deeply woven in the
Love awaits in my dreams when you come to me late at night in the dark while I sleep you move gently between the sheets and press against me with your cheek slowly, softly our lips meet my knees feel weak it’s only your touch I seek in my dreams when love awaits. (c) Nicole
You will never know how much I care or that when you speak I breath your air You will never know how happy I am when you are near or that your laughter melts my tears You will never know that I don’t want to love you it is a choice I didn’t make my
If I had just one wish it would be for our lips to kiss late at night in the dark under the moon’s bliss If I had just one more chance in your eyes I’d glance in a trance under the spell of your love If I had just one wish we’d find our way