The NY Literary Magazine

A Distinguished Selection of the Finest Modern Literature


poems about passion

Home by Grace Lee

His lips reminded me of a match,
the way they ignited something in me
when they collided with mine.
The way his fingertips reminded me
of a cold winter breeze

Read More

Lust by Brea Viragh

Silken sheets on sweated skin
Soft sighs torn from slicked lips.
Watching, waiting,
Tempted, taken,
Anticipation building and threatening
To take over.
Through the windowpane she sees
Two as one.
Needing to write herself in the story,
Not yet done.

Read More

© 2017 The NY Literary Magazine

    Privacy  Terms of Service  — Up ↑