Romance & Psychology

I couldn’t help but notice her standing there

In the aisle between Science and Psychology

A mysterious, beautiful object of a thousand borrowed pieces

The lines of unread romance stories, settled in her face

Just close enough to feel the distance between her and my fingertips

Filled with electricity and uncontrollable current

It was under Poetry our paths crossed

Blushing, you must have felt me beginning to read you

Publicly, but those words you’ve written in private

You smiled with your eyes

Changing the neurochemistry

Making me high

Practice me with passion

The way you study the pages with your fingertips

Sexually inside you (figuratively)

Tangled and coupled

Somewhere between Romance and Psychology

In the aisle between Science and Psychology

A mysterious, beautiful object of a thousand borrowed pieces

The lines of unread romance stories, settled in her face

Just close enough to feel the distance between her and my fingertips

Filled with electricity and uncontrollable current

It was under Poetry our paths crossed

Blushing, you must have felt me beginning to read you

Publicly, but those words you’ve written in private

You smiled with your eyes

Changing the neurochemistry

Making me high

Practice me with passion

The way you study the pages with your fingertips

Sexually inside you (figuratively)

Tangled and coupled

Somewhere between Romance and Psychology

Published by J.J.Celli

JJCelli has been expressing herself through writing most her life. She holds two BA degrees and a MA degree in Forensic Psychology. Celli enjoys challenging herself intellectually and physically and lives a life of health and fitness. Celli is a survivor of childhood trauma as well as a survivor of intimate partner violence/gun violence. After recovering she became an advocate and speaker on intimate partner violence in the LGBTQ+ community. JJCelli is working on developing her forthcoming book of poetry titled "Love Letters and Pocket Knives" to be released soon.

4 thoughts on “Romance & Psychology

      1. No, it seems perfectly fine to me, you’ll get the hang of it, assuming you’ve just started blogging on WordPress. Looking forward to read more of your pieces!

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      2. I have had the account for years but just started to try to use it again. I use IG mainly because it’s easy but much of my pieces are to long for a quick post. The logistics of this site confuse me.:) so, thank you.

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