Falling In

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Falling

Initial warmth travelled

Between our new bodies

A prelude to a spark

Igniting a wick

Softening the wax, now

Circulating as reddened lava

Through my body.

We have lit a flicker

The pilot light of us

In

Your voice is a fire

And your skin’s temperature

A soft friction of sparks

Memorized and ablaze

Upon my spirit, as

My bones yield to

Become kindling

For the hearth

Of our impassioned house

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29 Comments on “Falling In

  1. Very nice. I particularly liked ‘memorized and ablaze upon my spirit, as my bones yield to become kindling for the hearth’.

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  2. Lovely poem, it is so full of passion! I could not decide which lines I liked best, so many there were which drew my attention with their beauty

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  3. Been married 27 years, but the “pilot light of us” is still burning, have experiences like this now and then. Beautiful description and imagery.

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  4. Powerful–far better than the one I wrote last night…but I’ll post it anyway 🙂 Thanks for visiting my blog.

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  5. “A prelude to a spark” sparked my interest. I don’t know what you were aiming for, but the visuals of a couple intertwined, writhing flashed into my mind. Great writing! Loved it.

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