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RonGV   Junior Editor

Ron VanHooser is from the Ozarks of southern Missouri. His poetry is the voice of a heart and soul filled with love, passion and a deep appreciation of the beauty of the world and those he shares it with. He currently resides in the wine country of southwestern Oregon.

Submitted Poems 15 total

Seductress of the Night

Seducing whispers float upon the breeze
as scents of jasmine waft on the midnight air.
A soft, elusive presence comes to tease;
her gentle, tempting touch extends a...

by Ron VanHooser

added by RonGV
12 months ago

One Knight's Passion

There is no dragon's fiery breath,
no black knight's sword that deals death,
no creature of the land or sea
that could keep me from possessing...

by Ron VanHooser

added by RonGV
1 year ago


When I feel you near, when you touch me softly,
I am breathless, pulled into a gentle, sensual dream.

When your voice tenderly echoes through my mind,
I feel you whispering deep things to my longing...

by Ron VanHooser

added by RonGV
1 year ago

Words I Write for You

Golden rays melt to flowing red,
the stillness of the night ahead.
Sitting by my lonesome self
taking memories off the shelf.

My fingers start to write
in the quiet of the night.
My words are from my heart
so that is where I'll...

by Ron VanHooser

added by RonGV
1 year ago

Draw You Near

I want to draw you near to me,
closer than ever before.
Deeper than anyone's ever gone,
and yet I still want...

by Ron VanHooser

added by RonGV
1 year ago

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