Tag Archives: Poem

If

If (Written by E. Johnson) If I fell would you catch me? If I were lost would you fetch me? If I were blind would you see me? If bonded would you release me? If all of what I am asking is too much for you to bear, Only the weight of honor shall be…
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Enchantment

Enchantment (Written by: Ernest Johnson) I’ll hold you in my arms and never let you go, If I’m moving much too fast, I’ll learn to take it slow. Tell me what you like, and desire most, You are my company, and I’ll gladly be your host. Let me take you out for a bite to…
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Spirit

Spirit (Written by Ernest Johnson) I call upon the many gone past to once again rejoice, All within the outer limits towards the cavern of my voice. Ancestors long gone and weary not, for your world is at peace, Slumbering as you wake that day as you rise to join the feast. Each day I…
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She – Part 2

She (Part 2) (Written by: Ernest Johnson) A woman of virtue who believes her body is her temple, Not just anyone can touch her, she lives relatively simple. She loves to be loved but it must be her own choice, You can tell she means business, from the sound of her voice. This radiant beauty…
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