Tuesday, July 2, 2013

Waking in a field of wild grass




He was green and lush
and when he'd brush
against me, I was wild grasses;
he was the breeze and I'd bend
flushed shoots in heat.








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30 comments:

  1. you arouse the senses with with a sensuous appetizer of pizazz & verve !! I felt the heat, nothing wrong with a little breeze to exhaust & cool off our passions !!

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  2. hmmm...this is just beautifully sensual...

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  3. mmm very nice and sensual...love the allusion to you being the wild grass...it gives an attitude and flexibility...the bending in, nice intimacy...

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  4. This is just lovely sensual.. great imagery

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  5. An image/feeling woke me very early this morning. I couldn't find my journal so turned on the pc to write. I didn't have much but played a bit and on impulse posted. It had been so long to have that kind of inspiration. I went with it.
    Thank you.

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  6. i fixed your link already...so i deleted the second for you...smiles...

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  7. Finally, someone wrote the definitive sex poem about wild grass! Very sensual -Mosk

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  8. Ah, Buddah, love it. Sensual is apt, but erotic is what got me out of bed. lol

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  9. Sometimes sensuality shines through in the shortest of verses......like here. Nice, La Tonya!

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  10. I wish I wrote this, ha ~ Love the sensuality ~ We are having Neruda for Sunday in RT and I am expecting fireworks from you, ha, ha ~

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  11. Wow! Sensuously inviting! Nicely La Tonya!

    Hank

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  12. Seriously imagnative, deeply sensed, thanks

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  13. Oh, LaTonya, fanning myself, trying to catch my breath. Hot, hot, hot! Beautiful.

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  14. Oh, this was so sultry and sexy and yet tender and private all at the same time. All that tucked in five perfect lines.

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  15. Gorgeous sensuality here - loved it.

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  16. Quite sensual, and in such a concise write, La Tonya.

    Pamela

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  17. Beautifully sensual...few words, much is said.

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  18. Thank you, mywordwall.

    Welcome to Black and Gray.

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  19. Oh, beautiful. I live on the prairie so I relate closely to your poem.

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  20. Thank you. And welcome to black and gray.

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