Deep Is Your Love - an evening in the arms of my loved one, special romance for a woman so rare, images of love and affection told in words. The more I love her, the stronger the lover becomes, and the deeper the romance.
Romantic poem about two mermaids so in love. Set under the sea, it is rich in romance and evocative.
Lyrical poetry for the soul. A romantic poem from my forthcoming book - "Safe within my dream I heard the scream of distant laughter - as the echo of the night its rapture lightly caught your eyes..." The kind of poetry that needs to be in books.
Romantic poem about my feelings for a beautiful woman I love, adventures in sensual words and desire, as part of a Love poetry collection.
Poetry in the comic style of the poet Colin Stewart- aka Epigramman. A funny take on romance - when love gets too hot, there is always food. Nobody dishes it better than Cathy. Thank you Colin.
Cathy Nerujen continues the cinematic Narcissus love story of nymphs and Gods begun by Maggie May, A.A. Zavala, Nikki Jordan & Kallini. Greek gods, set in modernity but now with Zombies. Powerful Goddesses Ms.Nem Esis and Hera aim to bring down Narcissus, the vain man child. But there's a catch ...
A mysterious romantic poem by Cathy Nerujen about losing someone in a forest and then finding them, when a locked box becomes an object of mystery and a trope for something profound, and the curious events that unfold. Surreal and abstract experimental poetry.
A love poem about unrequited love, that asked the woman I loved to love me back, but her marriage to another was her reply. This is a poem of fond memory. It also has multiple meanings and harks back to teenage romance.
A sensual poem about waking up in the arms of a lover. Romantic and playful poetry. Love is a cup that fills up with love. Some poetry does not need an explanation.
Poem about an old romance with a lady friend on holidays in India, where we got romantically separated but found each other again through deeper currents of love we didn't know existed.
Poverty and fake chic, a view of Modern Irish life when a woman steals a sandwich because she can't afford one in Dublin. Hidden poverty in Ireland, despite their so-called "Bail Out".