the time of passion #poetry

in heaven

rivulets of butterflies blush

in the forest

fairies hide

waves rise to the sky

lightning strikes the shore

winds change direction

the north pole melts

your eyes speak of unknown pleasures

the time of passion is here

touch me with a rose


50 thoughts on “the time of passion #poetry

  1. Hi short-prose-fiction-

    My name is Christine Ray and I am a managing editor at Sudden Denouement, Blood Into Ink, Whisper and the Roar, Indie Blu(e), and the Go Dog Go Cafe. Starting in May, Sudden Denouement will be hosting Discover Sundays several times a month, when we will post or reblog work by exciting non-Collective writers. I would love to post a piece or two of your on one of our upcoming Discover Sundays. We would of course properly cite you and provide a link to your blog. Would this be okay with you?


    1. Dear Christine, this is exciting. I am truly delighted. Please feel free to choose from any of my pieces. You made my day!

    1. Awwww… thank you so much! you beat her but she is still the best part of you! 🙂 🙂 🙂 I am thrilled you liked the piece!

  2. Another one with unmatched imagery!
    Touch me with a tender so subtle yet so sumptuously potent. Now that’s poetry that makes you wish you were the subject!
    A delightfully woven tapestry of words that bloom with every line the reader reads, my dearest G!

    1. My dearest Nandita, I am so grateful to you. You are a great poet. Your verse is magnificent. Supporting me speaks volumes about you. lots of love and thank you from the bottom of my heart! may you be loved forever. roses from my heart!

    1. My dearest Y, my fabulous poet, Thank! You!
      I saw you posted. I’ll be there soon to read your poem I can’t wait. Lots of love to you!

      1. You know , G, after I found your poetry , my zest for writin has been revived. You need to read good to write good. Somehow you seem larger than life , what’s with that ?

      2. Dear dear Y, you the inspire me too! “You need to read good to write good”I agree. “Somehow you seem larger than life” No, I am not, but thank you from my heart your those words. I think I may be I’m in love 🙂

      3. I think we have a good community here, bless you , G.
        Only a person in love can write with so much eloquence. Wow. I am thrilled for you. Be happy my dear poetess.

  3. One day I’ll run out of words to comment, but not you,
    I like poem, specially the ones that speak of the scenes, waves rising, lightning striking. winds chaning direction, poles melting, I’m collecting inspirations 🙂

    1. Thank you sooooo much my dear friend. And even if we both run out of words know that friendship matters greatly. Thank you!

  4. Passionate, delicate, a sense of innocence like in the paradise garden. Perfect combination for writing a touch with the top of the rose petals!

  5. Your wonderful description before the simple last line touch me with a rose made the last line so meaningful and beautiful i think 🙂

  6. This was really helpful.I’m currently in highschool and super confused,because I wan to do too many things at once!
    This makes me feel like it’s okay.Great blog,definitely checking out your other posts!Id love for you to check out
    mine as well<3

    1. Thank you for your kind words. I am glad you liked my blog. I will certainly check yours. Good luck to you!


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