Posted by: Ron DuBour | October 27, 2013

The Campfire Glows~by rldubour


 

 

The Campfire Glows

Deep in the forest a campfire glows.
There sits two people of romance it shows.
The touch of their hands, the tenderly kiss.
Of love they have plans with the touch of the lips.
The stars how they twinkle the moon is so bright.
The wind with its whispers they’ll make love tonight.
The campfire burns like the love that’s inside.
Hot shimmering coals that are too late to hide.
Two lovers lie there in passionate ways.
As they hold on so tight till the sun brings the day.

Deep in the forest a campfire glows.
There lie two people of romance it shows.
Of burning desires they both feel inside.
Of burning fires they can no longer hide.
The love that they share is beyond all ones reach.
The fulfillment of love is what they do seek.
To feel as a whole and make two as one.
To always be close and never be done.
The romance brings love and the campfire glows.
The love of two people that only they know.

R.L. DuBour

 

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Responses

  1. Ron, Very nice poem! As I read the poem, I could actually see to lovers at a camp making love. I’ve got a great imagination! lol

  2. I didn’t know your brother, Daniel, was a writer. I’m trying to write a book with some of my writing buddies, n’ i’m running into issue after issue with the process of trying to get our book published. Could you ask him to give me a few hints on how to get published with virtually no money?  

    • Hi, I am giving you his email address you can write to him and I am sure he will answer any questions. He resides in Florida while I am up in Mass. good luck with your new book! Dubourdan44@aol.com


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