feel me my love #poem #poetry

feel me my love
inside the succulent black grapes
which burned our taste
in nights of ardor and of sand
between your spade
and the incandescence of the hurt bull
the blood and sweat of a forgotten afternoon
fragments in red and blue my soul

orchids’ wings bury my flesh
into a bath bewitched by roses and by oils
my fingers brush your lips
a leaf rises
yet another falls
feel me my love
in the mist of our souls
the third eyes of an iguana
desperately calls

@short-prose-fiction


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77 thoughts on “feel me my love #poem #poetry

    1. Thank you so much, my dear. I am so glad you enjoyed it. Iguanas have a tiny “third eye” on their heads πŸ™‚ I am sure you can quickly find sources if you want to know more.
      Thank you again πŸ™‚

       
    1. Thank you so much, my friend. I am grateful for your kindness and your beautiful words.

       
  1. Good morning G. Hope your Sunday has started off well.

    Another sigh worthy write. Beautiful, vivid, with a delicate hint of sensuality.
    I have yet to find a poet who can touch all of our senses the way you do.

    I read your poems over and over, to admire their radiance and to learn.

    Have a wonderful, restful day full of inspiration.

     
    1. Good morning Drew.

      Thank you for the praise. Very grateful for your kind words. They bring the sun out πŸ™‚ It’s cloudy here.

      “I read your poems over and over, to admire their radiance and to learn.” Aw… you are a great poet. I have nothing to teach you, dear.

      However, may the waves, the fruit, the palm trees, and the humid air of that paradise that seems so far away from me right now, inspire you!

      Enjoy your day, Drew! Make it magical!

       
    1. Aw… my dear friend. Thank you so much. I am so humbled by your words.
      May you have a marvelous Sunday!
      Is it Sunday? πŸ™‚

       
      1. Ah, please have mercy on me, my friend. I want to sleep tomorrow the entire day. Tell me today is Saturday πŸ™‚

         
    1. Thank you so much, my dear. Your beautiful words make me so happy.
      Lots of love to you πŸ’•

       
    1. Thank you Eric. I’ve always loved your words and I am always grateful for your comments.
      May you have a lovely evening!

       
    1. Chère Bea, merci de tout cœur pour ces merveilleuses paroles.
      bonne nuit
      Gabriela

       
    1. I am so glad you enjoy that line Gina. Thank you for reading and commenting πŸ’•

       
    1. Thank you kindly! I read your post and I posted a comment but I cannot see it. It vanished. I am so sorry.

       

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