amour (love) #poem #poetry

your secret hides inside my name
inside the splendor of the night in which you didn’t say a word
feathers of macaw birds trace music sheets
the rays of sun stretch on the pebble beach
a fragrant song delights itself on my red lips
i rest my head on your left shoulder
into the lands of spices waiting to be born
we fall
some carnal dreams howl on the corridor
who cares?
i locked the door!
this morning we can die
we won’t tell a soul
and never ask for more


image: Liliya Kulianionak; Shutterstock [link]

88 thoughts on “amour (love) #poem #poetry

    1. Aw,,, thank you so much, for your wonderful comment, my dear friend. You made me forget that tomorrow is Monday 😉

  1. Good Sunday morning G. Hope your day has started off with birds singing outside your window and the sun warming your face.

    This is so beautiful. LIke Christine, I adore the line about the “feathers of macaws.” Absolutely gorgeous.
    This was a wonderful Sunday treat pulsating with the greatest gift of all – amour.

    Loved it!

    1. Good morning, Drew. Thank you for your beautiful comment. It makes my heart beat faster.
      I am glad you liked the line about “feather of macaw birds” I like it too 🙂
      Thank you once again. I wish you a fabulous Sunday full of wonderful treats, love, and inspiration!

    1. Thank you so much for your beautiful and insightful comment. ! I am so thrilled you liked the poem!

  2. Hey,

    I’m working on my debut poetry book and preparing a mailing list. Would you like me to add your e-mail address please? If so, can you share it with me?

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    I will just inform you when it’s available and when there is some huge fluctuation in price (sale etc.), as on WordPress reader, posts get lost in stampede.

    I won’t be mailing you more than 4 to 5 times a year, and that’s max. Promise!

    And if you want it to share it privately you can do that through contact form on my blog.

    Thank you 🙂

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