Tim Holmes Jr

(1984 / Durham)

Forbidden Passion


You are simply more than any treasure

Not in my jewelry box

So rare, so one of a kind with beauty unmeasured

With keys to my heart that you my unlock

I have seen you as my Diamond in a case filled with Rubies

As I adore you from afar in my case stocked with sapphires

These red pieces of jewelry creates more flaws

I only dream to restore your shine with my heart's desire

Diamonds and Pearls are all the fashion

But there is space and obstacles in the middle of our cases

The images from my head heals my hearts Forbidden Passion

Submitted: Monday, December 31, 2012
Edited: Thursday, January 03, 2013
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