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Two of A Kind

Two of A Kind

written by: Teresa Joseph Franklin

@thjnpoems

 

They see us dragons
Fire and brimstone
From our mouths
And bellies
Little do they know!
Or understand
We are not like this all the time
Only when someone gets
Us all hot and bothered
And we got to let off the
Steam
We are sweet
Cute
Attractive
Charming
Endearing
Delectable
Pair
Our hearts pulse and beat
Like any other
We have passions
Desires
Wants
And needs
We are like the seasons
Which come and go?
Look at us now?
Way down here in the deepest
Darkest
Cellar
Do they do that too?
Up to their knees in water
Loving every moment to
They call you a creature
Heck I love your features
Like I like mine too
We are the same
In many ways
We love each other
So woven deeply inside
Intertwined
Entangled
Interwoven
Come let us show the world
We are one
And not alone

Teresa Joseph Franklin

Teresa Joseph Franklin

A little bit about me, I’m a mum to three grown up sons, who have all flown the nest. And also in 2013 I completed my University studies with the Open University here in the UK, attaining the level of Business Studies, who says we seniors cannot keep up with the younger generation? I have only been writing poetry since February 2012 and feel as though I am still a newbie on the block as the saying goes. And it all started with being in a poetry group on social media, reading other poets works, and that is when I tried my hand at it and found that since then I have not stopped. It was with a huge honor and privilege when I was asked to become an International Poetry Judge, judging poets from across the globe and their works, in poetry competitions, this role and position I do take seriously. And love what I do. Also I have quite a few published eBooks, and paperback editions on Amazon.com and paperback editions are published through CreateSpace.com. Some of the titles include ‘Sunburst and Flames’ ‘Simply Magical’ and ‘Pure Essence Within’
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