Love poems by Eric Campbell at Yareah magazine

Love poems by Eric Campbell at Yareah magazine

Love poems. Today enjoy this asesome poem by Eric Campbell: Woah

Love poems by Eric Campbell

Love poems by Eric Campbell


I’m just waiting, a constant anticipation

My breath is currently absent

You’re as intoxicating as absinthe

I’m as lost as the last breath to escape my lips

Eyes that see past my skin and bones

So that all my sins are known

We can break eye contact but I won’t break my grip

What attracts me to you is ineffable

But every little thing about you is respectable

I’m still captivated by the last kiss

Its been two seconds since we’ve separated

If I would’ve known I would have delayed it.

It was such a lustful decision, probably,

For me to juxtaposition our bodies

If only you knew how much I see in you

If only you knew.

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My name is Eric Campbell. I’m a 20 year old poet and aspiring songwriter from Queens, New York but now residing in Atlanta, Georgia. Writing is my passion I’ve been writing poetry since I was 12 years old. I’ve always wanted to be a songwriter because since I was ten years old I would listen to a song and edit it to make it flow or sound better. I strive to write things people can connect with while making sure it all comes from my heart. All forms of art interest me; I try to keep an open mind and appreciate the beauty in everything.

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