Biology NotesA Poem by Dennis Shanaberg
Baby, teach me your biology
‘Cuz I’ve got to know what it is you do to me
With a flick of the wrist
And a gentle kiss.
You in my arms --unending bliss.
Baby, we’ve got such chemistry.
Chemicals reacted when you got close to me.
The heat between you and I,
The light in your eyes
Mixing together to the end of time.
Words unspoken, Secrets broken.
An unintended ellipsis realized too soon.
Our hearts whisper feelings silently in the dim lit room.
Those feelings churning, Passion burning.
Fantastical thoughts as the river flows on.
The rivers flowing fast, but those feelings will be never be gone.
Baby, teach me your psychology
‘Cuz I’ve got to wonder what it is you see in me.
Is your perspective right
In your beautiful mind
That you’d want to risk being mine.
Now, I’m adopting your theocracy
‘Cuz baby, you’ve made me begin to believe
That maybe love is real
And that I can feel
‘Cuz the feelings that I’m feeling couldn’t be more real.
© 2011 Dennis Shanaberg
Shelved in 4 LibrariesAdded on April 28, 2011
Last Updated on April 28, 2011
AboutAbout my Life… It’s a preface far too long For anyone to read. It’s growing longer everyday. Filled with love and laughter, life and greed. I am a writer, for what it's worth.. more..