Fate – Author Damon E. Johnson

 

Into my life she blew

like a breeze against my skin

I yearned for the warmth of her soul

but she couldn’t pencil me in

 

Her beauty was captivating

to say the very least

I just needed a few precious minutes

to quickly speak my peace

 

So when she started to smile

my confidence grew

I knew then that my words

were slowly getting through

 

I believe it was fate

that brought her to me

Because I know she’ll be mine

eventually

 

© Damon E. Johnson

Damon Forbidden Fruit

Excerpt from the book “Forbidden Fruit”


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About the Author

Damon E. Johnson is an accomplished freelance writer and poet currently residing in Atlanta, Georgia. He has two prior poetry books to his credit. Cited for its raw feelings and expressions of love, Rhythm in My Blues, Damon’s debut collection, was a stellar introduction to the poetry world. He continued to excite his readers with his follow up collection: The Vineyard: Exploding Grapes, which blasted onto the scene with raw passion and sensuality. Both works solidified Damon as a force in the literary world of poetry.

 

 



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  1. Fate will make u never late 4 your romantic date Macnificent write

    On Oct 27, 2016 6:53 AM, “Creative Talents Unleashed” wrote:

    > Raja’s Insight posted: ” Into my life she blew like a breeze against my > skin I yearned for the warmth of her soul but she couldn’t pencil me in > Her beauty was captivating to say the very least I just needed a few > precious minutes to quickly speak my peace ” >

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