The Bite, a poem by Robert A. Sieczkiewicz

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The Bite

Bound in the whipping whirlwind of desire
Two lovers consumed by hot raw passion
Out of control in this demonic fire
Devouring them both in brazen fashion

What brings them to this height of sultry heat
Is there a struggle with disquietude
That impossible again that they meet
Fearing to life’s farewell they have been queued

Only in this flame can they be but one
It now as one they endear with no fear
Their sum energy is joined with the sun
Rising, rising until they disappear

Love-fire that Burns Inside My Head, a poem by Robert A. Sieczkiewicz

Love-fire Inside My Head

Love-fire that Burns Inside My Head

There’s a love-fire that burns inside my head
Trespassing on every thought that passes
My mind is now a tangled ball of yarn
Only able to weave pictures of you

How will I be able to stay alive
Only thoughts of you I cannot survive
Confusion festers from lack of answers
For it’s unknown how you really feel

So much laughter in the moments we share
But when I get to close you run away
Taking with you my weakened tortured heart
Leaving me so helpless on life support

Should final darkness fill my mind this night
Will go willingly, a smile on my face
Knowing that I had found a special love
Though it was never given in return

Summer Night Fire, a poem by Robert A. Sieczkiewicz

Summer Night Fire

Summer Night Fire

Raging fire burned through the night
Every part touched did ignite
Fed by a soft summer breeze
Were the sounds of many pleas
Of your loving give me more
Though I sweat from every pore

Sunset, a poem by Robert A. Sieczkiewicz

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Sunset

At the water’s edge they lovingly stay
Slow sinking sky starts silently to bleed
The beginning of the end of this day
Few more hours to stay, they anxiously plead

Now the fire in the sky totally red
Their yearning hearts become melancholy
This is the part daily drama they dread
Darkness envelops their radiant sea

Neither hurrying to move from their chairs
Taking their time the day to reminisce
Softly smiling, sharing each other’s stares
Each giving the other a loving kiss

In the lemon moonlight their chairs they fold
For them this routine never to get old

There’s a Fire that Burns Steadily Within, a poem by Robert A. Sieczkiewicz

There's a Fire that Burns Steadily Within

There’s a Fire that Burns Steadily Within

There’s a fire that burns steadily within
Awaiting the warm softness of your touch
Each day with you a new life we begin
Your morning kiss creates a happy spin
And the sweetness it provides is nonesuch
There’s a fire that burns steadily within
Which allows me to wear a ceaseless grin
An overt sign, I love you very much
Each day with you a new life we begin
Eager to hug you again and again
The peaceful calm I feel when in your clutch
There’s a fire that burns steadily within
Its public display there is no chagrin
Able to admit that you are my crutch
Each day with you a new life we begin
You at my side there’ll always be a win
There cannot be a greater love as such
There’s a fire that burns steadily within
Each day with you a new life we begin