Tag Archives: Dreaming of Love

Dreams Unwanted

Dreams Unwanted, a poem by Robert A. Sieczkiewicz

Begging of you don’t come into my dream
As pleasurable and daunting it be
Dreams are all lifeless and not what they seem
When my eyes open you rapidly flee

In my wanting dream you have no softness
Nor can I breathe the sweetness of your scent
While dreaming air is all I can caress
There is nothing for which I must repent

Come to me passionately while awake
Let me feel you to know this is real
No longer a dream the love that we make
Amazing how real love can make you feel

Awakened in the night there is no scare
In the dark there is brightness everywhere
For I am no longer caressing air
Knowing that for my earnest love you care

Thoughts of You

Thoughts of You, a poem by Robert A. Sieczkiewicz

About to take a voyage in my mind.
You are the only one to come along
To see every moment I think of you.
From rising until the end of my day.
The great joy I get gazing at your face,
The music coming from you tender voice,
The downy softness of your loving kiss,
The calm you bring with you tender embrace.

But my mind is busiest when I dream.
You’re there to taunt me with your vivid love.
Chained to my bed unable to escape,
Flailing ever so wildly from your touch.
A hand so hot it sets my flesh on fire.
Your kiss evokes within lawless desire,
Building pressure I can no longer hold.
I am a live volcano. I explode!