For You I Was Made

For You I Was Made

A Poem by Marie Harrison
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A poem of devotion. A Team Renfield poem creating a character.

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For You I Was Made

My eyes are a midnight blue hue 

And my heart is lit aglow for you

But Lucia is my given name

 

I’m six foot two and live five rows

Behind you but anywhere around you

Is where I wish to reign

 

I am a quiet gentle man with strong hands

And I have a long ashen mane

 

Each night I dream of softly

Kissing your warm rosebud lips

And curvy hourglass hips

Until I do I’ll

Go wildly insane

 

When I sleep 

As I dream of you each night

I yearn to lick your sweetness

Like a striped candy cane

 

If only I could ride you as I please

Like a long slow midnight train

 

Please don’t pull away

From me because for you I’m  

 Just plain insane

 

Eventually my love for you will surely

Bring me great shame

 

My fire for you is so raging hot

To quench it

Please let the skies

Downpour with rain

 

We could spend eternity together

Still my passion for

You could never be contained

 

Because your laughter shoots

Me to a higher star

Filled celestial plain

 

Your bronze dusted

Amber eyes draw me

To your golden heart vein

 

Each day I know you’re on the earth

I strut proudly with my plumed head high

Like an elegant wood crane

 

From your heavenly honeysuckle scent

I shall never abstain

 

Please be gentle with me

I’m your vigilant servant

And when it comes

To worshiping you

I have no shame

 

My love for your natural beauty and feminine

Charms shall never wane

 

For you

Lovely Lady

My heart and soul

Was made.

 

 

© 2010 Marie Harrison


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Very nice.

Posted 8 Years Ago


Excellent work as always. You're writing gets stronger with every bit you write. Keep it up.

Posted 8 Years Ago


if only you could order up a person made for you ;)

Posted 8 Years Ago


A wonderful write! Great job!

Posted 8 Years Ago


Blissful. Elegant piece.

I was so relieved that this didn't turn to a stalker piece...whew! Really, it showed the beautiful devotion of yearning love and was magnificently done. And beyond the obvious obsession I love this:
"Eventually my love for you will surely
Bring me great shame"

as it shows the inner complexities of love denied...the host of said feelings opens him/herself up to great pain from the prospective suitor and from peers.

Posted 8 Years Ago


I take from the 2nd stanza you’re in church but then as I read on, I ponder is this a dream, nevertheless. Good job you’ve got me wondering.

Posted 8 Years Ago


OH OH OH, so sensual so erotic, and also gentle the way someone can love from afar, to try and reach out to his/her desire, to pluck that, the sweetest cherry from the tree, an excellent poem using simple rhyme.

Posted 8 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Mail that man to me! LOL

this is a fairy tale Prince Charming, never as wonderful as they seem, a fantasy He is a stalker, It is hell on Earth to be stalked, you are never sure you are safe until the stalker is dead. (Mine tried to shoot the police who were trying to arrest him IN MY HOUSE. The policeman was an excellent shot.)

Posted 8 Years Ago


How very romantic and a little scary, its sounds like obsession but I love it!

Posted 8 Years Ago


Did you do the drawing?

What a lovely, romantic, erotic, well-crafted poem - one of your very best!

Posted 8 Years Ago



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Added on December 1, 2010
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Tags: Devotion, Love, Attraction, Admiration, Character, Love Struck

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Marie Harrison
Marie Harrison

Atlanta, GA



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