I have entered
So many nights
Entrusted my sleep
To your closed eyes
Accepted your heat
Under shared blankets
Buried my head
In the pillows
of your absence
Your scent is mine
Waking is ours
delicately beautiful 🙂
Lovely Photo and delicate poem.
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yes, this is delicious!
Elegant sexuality, tastefully portrayed.
Thanks. Your comment tastes good.
very nice…..good image and words
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Makes me think of my nights with my wife, whom I love dearly. Very nice.
You are a lucky person!
So simple and young lovish. Beautiful. Great pix, too.
Thanks, my friend.
Very sensual, Elan, like French would say, Oh là là. 🙂
But also spiritual and reminds me of a quote by Rumi: “Poetry can be dangerous, especially beautiful poetry, because it gives the illusion of having had the experience without actually going through it.”
Enjoying your creativity.
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You bring alive the intimacy, total surrender, yet a bit wistful. I simply love the closing line Elan
Thanks, so much!
“Entrusted my sleep To your closed eyes”… “Buried my head
In the pillows of your absence”… WOW! Beautifully put! Loved it!
A beautiful poem. What is more comforting than sleeping with the one you love? Nothing I think!
They told me I was too dense to understand poetry. But I understood this. And then I fell in love with it too. I guess they did not know how poetry was supposed to be.
These lines are beautiful, with an even more beautiful after taste.
So tender and warm. A beautiful sense of enveloping love “waking together”.
A poem that engages the senses as on reads each line. I really enjoyed reading it
beautiful piece of writing… 🙂
I have nominated you for Very Inspiring Blogger Award… check here https://ashishvision.wordpress.com/2015/06/08/very-inspiring-blogger-award/ 🙂
Thanks, but I respectfully decline.
You do have a way with words…this is a lovely, moving piece.
Wonderful poem. I love the photo at the top. Is that someone famous?
No one, I’m familiar with. I think the photo is newer than it appears. It’s a bit staged.
I think you’re right about it being staged. Never the less, quite a nice picture.
… brought a genuine smile… I know the feeling.
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It is rare to find anything sensual without vulgarity. Thank you for words that create beautiful images and thoughts.
Exquisite words and images.
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