National Poem Writing Month 2018 Day#26: Today, taking our cue from today’s craft resource, we’d like to challenge you to write a poem that includes images that engage all five senses. Try to be as concrete and exact as possible with the “feel” of what the poem invites the reader to see, smell, touch, taste…… Continue reading Hermit II: Dawn Eclipse
Infusing The young night With your exhiliration. Traversing From faith at your nape To the mole on your Cupid’s bow. Down Streaming your body I’m mountain river, you’re its bed. Erosional Your dress from this evening; Wave Your untied hairs, your exstacy As I splash on your warm skin.
morning is here on the headboard emptiness with October morn breeze brushing me while the clouded sun bask me, my bare parts of sweaty body. you’re also here as anger as desperation as reason of turmoil inside soul under the waist inside the nightshort. sun rays collaged on my body as hand replicates the warmth…… Continue reading Muse…
The car now smell you, me, us not of some freshner. The silence here surpassed by your, mine, our moan. Pull me closer not to your bosom but to your lips. Release me; your strand grasped tight. Release me; your aroused breast rest on my thigh. Release me; let me release ‘ween your teeth.
Sequel to Chocolat The drop of chocolate on your cupid bow is enchanting as if dew has dropped on grass– In an autumn morning and the sun glistening on it… But, I’ll not make the move unless you order me my priestess; please recite the words To be close to you, to coagulate me…… Continue reading Chocolat II: Summon & Plea