Tags : platonic

Occasional Friends

Occasional Friends

A Story by lrigD


Just a casual relationship... or so it seems.
Flowers

Flowers

A Story by Aeneas Barton


A short conversation between two people.
DIVINE EROS

DIVINE EROS

A Chapter by Dhaye


Emotional and spiritual love
~ Home (Senryu)

~ Home (Senryu)

A Poem by


~ Home, (Senryu), Elisa Laura, Connection, Best friends, Best family, Best loves of all! Dreams, Happiness, Mind-togetherness, Platonic, So Home!
no..I make love for days

no..I make love for days

A Poem by Shirlena


a line coming from one of my favorite movies...guilty pleasure
Friendzone

Friendzone

A Poem by Lookwithinsight


I hate this concept so much.
Tough Flower

Tough Flower

A Book by TurkeySM


A shy, smiling florist meets an aloof woman with a rumbling motorcycle. As they learn more about each other, their budding friendship blossoms into a ..
Motorcycle Meetings

Motorcycle Meetings

A Chapter by TurkeySM


Ch. 1
Philos

Philos

A Poem by zoeybutno


A piece about a friendship not to be confused with romance.
I Freakin' Friend-Love You

I Freakin' Friend-Love You

A Poem by Emily


There's a confession in my heartBubbling in its coreSoon, I'm sure, it will burstFlowing lava over the mountains of my heartNot scorching the earth, b..
Yours, Mine, & His

Yours, Mine, & His

A Poem by Anna Marie


Your wounds are my wounds,and my sickness is yours.His ailments are our pains,and his aches are our sores.Your tears are my tears,and my family is you..
Protector

Protector

A Poem by BThomvanWart


I'm sure we all feel like this towards a few people.
Brevity

Brevity

A Poem by Keress Ambrose Frey Weidn..


Your heart is still beating, your fingertips are still warmTrees tower overhead, standing vigil To watch you dance with the world and all its brevity-..
Your Eyes

Your Eyes

A Poem by Kymele J. Garvin


Another random poem about unrequited love...
Friendzoned

Friendzoned

A Poem by Christopher Patrick


How some relationships become.
Robert the First

Robert the First

A Story by Don Murphy


Finding and losing love can be two sides of the same coin. For anyone. At any age. In any world.

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