Unified by Damon E. Johnson

Your body

eager and willing

was such a

beautiful sight

as we gave in

to an insatiable

feeling

that beckoned

our souls

to unite

© Damon E. Johnson

Excerpt from the book Forbidden Fruit

Forbidden Fruit by Damon E. Johnson

Love is universally accepted as the one thing that connects us all as humans. Be it an innocent feeling of admiration, or a deep passionate longing, love can often lead to lustful thoughts of desire. Vulnerable, we blindly pursue the urge that permeates our souls as we become entangled in a whirlwind of emotions where escape seems impossible. It is in this space that love becomes the Forbidden Fruit… sweet, and often times the thing we crave, but shouldn’t. The feeling can be fleeting, yet when realized, the memory can last a lifetime. One taste and we may soon begin to realize that, in fact, we were the ones who were bitten. "And both our hunger and our appetite were satisfied with just one bite.”

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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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