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.
Remember Me In the corners of your mind the space between love and loss think back to a time gone by when love remained at the end of the day passion melted our troubles away In the memories left behind in the corners of your mind where past loves reside… remember me. (c) Nicole Luongo
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.
Between Us Every time I see you I remember… the way your hands felt on my bare skin so comforting so soothing I remember the caress of your lips how you ached to taste my love to feel the warmth of my body pressed against your chest I remember the shyness that quickly turned to
Just once don’t say no hold on tight don’t let go no one has to know there’s no need to rush the night belongs to us Let me undress you with my eyes make love to you with my hands as they move across your body feel the heat rise your pulse quickens the plot
A poem entitled The Sea from Naked Desires: The ocean is so pure, so bright, so light the water stays blue as darkness turns to night The air is calm, crisp, and cool when the world is cruel the sea is my soul’s fuel Water and sand that’s you and me for, I am the
In the darkness of night I wonder what it would feel like to hold you in my arms as the sun rises in the morning No words are needed our eyes may never meet but all can be said with a touch of the hand a kiss on the lips It is almost as if
The rain takes me back to the time when you brought warmth to my bed happy thoughts to my head a smile to my face The rain makes me remember the nights when it was just you and me alone in the dark laughing, talking, and touching each other’s hearts The rain reminds me of