anchor me #poetry

i am a ship lost on the Danube’s blue waters

i navigate your love

dark waves get jealous

laughingly they hit me

i keep moving

ancient myths float above the water

they entangle me

i hurt

my left arm bleeds

save me

your touches drip sweetness from the Milky Way

i hit a rock

your violet passions blow waves

they lift me up

your fingers spread rose oil on my skin

you waltz me on blue waters

the night is young

the spumes are white

the stars are far

another hundred yards

till my body reaches the harbor of your heart

pearls sigh

pull me

anchor me

love me!



imagine: venusvi/Shutterstock


48 thoughts on “anchor me #poetry

    1. Thank you for appreciating! It’s morning! Let’s make good! Dark chocolate sounds fabulous 🙂

      1. You too. As for me if it gets hard I am going to add a drop of Cuban flavor 🙂 🙂 🙂 you know what I am talking about!

  1. I only have good words for this kind of writing. Very inspiring and honest. You were able to express your purpose by writing something like this, you are awesome. I enjoyed reading this. I am Ragazza. Hello! I hope you could follow my blog, maybe you’ll get inspired too. 🙂

    1. Hello Ragazza! I am G. Thank you for reading and appreciating my writing. I will definitely check your blog. looking forward to more interaction!

  2. The yearning to be held in those arms…so palpable, even as you swim across those hostile waters with a mast built of faith that the shore of love will dawn upon you and you will be found. But honestly, the way you have so superbly described the feeling of being lost, it is so poetic in it’s delivery that I’m wondering if it’s more beautiful than being found. And the line about ancient myths floating about you making your journey more difficult just make the journey seem so worthwhile to me.
    Highly sensual, brilliantly sultry, spectacular in imagery and beauty. Bravissimo!!

    1. Awwww…. my dearest Nandita, you are raining words of praise on me. Thank you so much for your generosity and for your beautiful comment! You made my day! 🙂

      1. Well, like I’ve told you before, I enjoy your poetry IMMENSELY. And any praise I can shower on you is my pleasure . I’m just happy I can read you . 😊

      2. And you should now that I enjoy your poetry immensely too. it’s always a pleasure the read you!!!

  3. Wow! It sounds waltz and on the blue waves of the Danube swim like Cleopatra’s boat quite palpably the ancient love as a myth of creation! Ah, hopefully find a port and anchor forever!

    1. oh, my dear B, your magical words as usual. Thank you from the bottom of my heart! I am anchoring at the Iron Gates 🙂 What do you think? 🙂 🙂 🙂

      1. ah, my dear G! you are always very generous to my clumsy words.
        this is a good idea for the Porţile de Fier \ Železni vrata but Trajan has to start at least as a minimum!

    1. Thank you, Eric! your support makes me happy! it’s past 5 o’clock. I hope you enjoyed your tea 🙂

      1. It’s just turned 7 pm on a beautiful evening in South East England – I live about 10 miles from Windsor and go there often – going to keep well away a week on Saturday – some wedding or other going on! Tea was very enjoyable thank you – where are you in your day?

      2. It’s 1 pm in her Majesty’s Revolting North American colonies. 🙂 I am trying to finish some readings and some writings. The weekend is reserved for more readings and writings.

        Eric, I have no idea why we dumped the tea into the Boston harbor. I am still wondering…

    1. Ah! Your humor! Thank you for the invite! How could I refuse a cup of tea in the delightful Windsor area? I may even get to visit the castle once again. Of course, I would be delighted if you would join me!

      You know Eric, I may let you know when next time in the UK. Have a fabulous evening!

  4. I guess your book reading surely helped you.
    It is the imagery you make that amazes me. God has given you a terrific gift. keep writing 🙂

    1. Thank you so much for being so kind!!!! I am humbled and delighted by your words.

    1. You are most welcome, and nice to meet you, dear Sherin. For the purpose of this blog my name is G. and I live in the US.

  5. madam what is your idea of writing. The dreamworld or imagery or fantasy world that comes to your mind you try to reproduce the same thing in readers mind with your poetry writing right?

    1. Thant is a very complicated question. I wish I would know the answer. Simply put it my feelings guide my wrings. And certainly, i hope my readers will like them.

      1. That’s all right. only few writers can transform readers to a different world. you have that and keep inspiring 🙂


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