It’s Your Move by Damon E. Johnson

I’m looking at my watch

and I think it’s about time

you quit running

from your destiny

and wrap your legs

around my rhyme

© Damon E. Johnson

Excerpt from the book Addiction

Addiction by Damon E. Johnson

This steamy collection of prose, by poet, Damon E. Johnson, ignites the desires of the flesh, while speaking to a more poignant subject. The poet has bravely addressed the subject of love/sex addictions with the inevitable addiction to the pain of loss; which spurs one on to the next high of a new love. It has been carefully constructed with a flow that tells the story of repeated lust, highs, disappointments, and then moving on to the next relationship.


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About the Author

Damon E. Johnson is an accomplished freelance writer and poet currently residing in Atlanta, Georgia. He is the author of three dynamic poetry books; Rhythm in My BluesThe Vineyard: Exploding Grapes (Best Seller), and Forbidden Fruit. All which have left an undeniable impression on his readers. Damon definitely has a way with words and writes with intriguing passion and clever word play. A true poet with a gifted pen, there is no doubt that Damon E. Johnson is one of the hottest poets in the poetry genre today.

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