Note: The following is a poem I found on a website geared to gay and lesbian youth that I liked very much way back in 1996. As I have started rebuilding the blog, I want to include them. I tried unsuccessfully to contact the poets for their permission. If this is your poem, I would love to hear from you.
All I Want is to Hold You Wild Wind by gschmidt From my memory I can't erase, The image of your beautiful face, As I call on a twinkling star, I think of the many wishes there are. But all I want is to hold you, Kiss you, love you, be ever true, To be a part of your heart and soul, Is what I need to make me whole. Like the moon your black hair shines, Your gorgeous shape follows no lines, Whispered words from your lips, A friendly bump from your hips. Yet in my heart I feel pain, Dark and spreading like a stain. I know you can't love me this way, Unlike me; you aren't bi or gay.