Saturday, January 5, 2008

Poem: Kisses Wishes

Kisses Wishes

Taste her lips by thousand glances
Romances in my mind
Feel the warmth of honey laced
Embraced as sweet defined
Stare inside her soulful eyes
Implies some wistful knowing
Hypnotic gaze contains a world
Unfurled in what it’s showing
A craving touch of silken cheeks
Mystique in each caressing
As fingers glide along her jaw
In awe of every blessing
Within a sleep of tender bliss
To kiss, a first enrapture
By calm resolve the course is laid
Conveyed forever after

Copyright SGW 2007

7 comments:

Eric said...
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STP said...

The previous comment was removed because it was someone trying to advertise something.

Sandy Carlson said...

Wow. I seldom see such sensitivity as this in anyone but Edna St. Vincent Millay! At last, she has a counterpart! Well done.

Fenny said...

I really love the cadence here ... it flows like a lover's dance

Kathleen Mortensen said...

Your deliberate use of repetition in the rhyme from the end of one line to the beginning of the next makes this piece just glide along. I agree with the earlier comment about the dance...smooth foreplay.
Kat

writerwoman said...

Hypnotic gaze contains a world
Unfurled in what it’s showing

That're really sexy to me. Hot!

Lisa said...

A beautiful poem - I read it a couple of times, it really sings. I especially liked these amazing lines:

"Taste her lips by thousand glances
Romances in my mind"

Thank you for stopping by my blog and for your very kind comments - I appreciate them.

L