Tuesday, June 25, 2013

Caught in an Avalanche - dVerse


















Musical  songs swirl  the air
exclusive notes, written with artistic flair
sweet harmony, a lover's serenade
melody hauntingly beautiful, extraordinaire

You are the spark that ignites my desire
strike  the match, teasing flames rise
dancing to the beat, rush of  body heat
scorched hot flesh, you take me higher

Smoldering eyes
   Lingering fingers
     Pearly beads of sweat
       Catching an urgent breath
       
Whispering sweet words I fall apart
teardrops of sweetness, drip into my heart
embracing, the moment of our infinite love
interlaced bodies, abstract art

layers of majestic splendor, passions mounting
white capped mountains melting
we search for the green valley
avalanche, traces of our souls drifting 

down the slopes of our love...

34 comments:

  1. downt he slopes of our love....oh yeah, you have the energy of an avalanche in this...ha...though a lot more heat than cold...smiles. layers of majestic splendor..ha...nice

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    1. Good Evening Brian,

      Thanks for visiting..a lot of energy circulating in this one. Have a great night.

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  2. I like the interlaced bodies, passions mounting, melting mountains, drifting slopes of our love ~ whew ~ Oh, nice choice for the title, smiles ~

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    1. Hi,

      Thanks for reading and the reply. Always appreciate the visit. I thought I would try a new title technique thanks to Brian's informative chat.

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  3. Layers and layers of beauty :)

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    1. Hello,

      Thanks ayala..have a great night!

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  4. Love the intricate sensuality of your poem. "down the slopes of our love" -- magnficent!

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    1. Thank you so much for the kind words Mary...

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  5. Songs swirrling the air...
    ...Teardrops of sweetness
    drip into hearts

    You have the words to turn each reader into a partner of your expression, to "feel" what you might have felt.

    Yesss, really caught in that avalanche, YOU!
    Have often wondered how it must feel to be caught under all that snow, and have no clue as to which way is out.

    Good piece, Truedessa

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    1. Steve,

      Thank you for such a lovely thoughtful comment. It makes me feel warm to know others can feel the depth of the poem.

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  6. Oh, you can't see me, of course, but I'm fanning myself. This was hot in the neatest sense of the word. The sort of connection you write of is the type that keeps love alive. Beautiful!

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    1. I hope you are cooler now...thanks so much Talon for the lovely reply.

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  7. Wonderful write! Beautiful rhyme scheme and flows nicely!

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    1. Thank you so much Charles.

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  8. hmmm...that's a nice avalanche to be caught in...drifting down the slopes of love and the interlaced body as abstract art...i like...smiles

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    1. Thanks for visiting Claudia always nice to read your replies.

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  9. Well I curled my nose up at the snow
    Yuck is all I say to that at my show
    Yet from snow I certainly would not be reeling
    With such a splendid feeling
    As two become one
    It will melt way like the Bora Bora sun

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    1. You do not like snow
      how would I know
      tell me it's not so

      love will melt the snow
      with sun bright all aglow
      that is how the garden grows


      To Bora Bora we wait to go...lol...

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    2. Snow is blah to me
      As i have to get to the 9 to 5 you see
      And with that crap on the road
      Not fun to be in driving mode

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    3. I know the feeling
      but, now it's summer
      and we can forget
      about that bummer
      and drive to work
      with no flurries
      off we go in a hurry
      9 to 5 on pilot drive

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    4. Now we just sweat to death on the way there
      I suppose could go into work bare lol

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    5. Go to work bare
      would you on a dare
      (lol)

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  10. AN avalanche as an image of love is a powerful one.. but also a little scary.. it can also crush and destroy.. but that fits well with how love might work... pray for the best. :-)

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    1. Hi,

      An avalanche is a powerful force but, then again so is love..a mixed cocktail of emotions.

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  11. Truedessa, not many can carry off such a sensual poem. Brava, to you. Really beautiful poem.

    Pamela

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    1. Thank you so much Pamela..your words brought a smile.

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  12. Impressive metaphorical write, Truedessa, with such a lovely rhyme and rhythm to it.

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    1. Victoria,

      Thank you so much for the thoughtful reply. It means so much to me.

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  13. All in all definitely got caught in the swirl & verve of your schweeeeetly passionate poem!!
    aaaah ....drifting down that alluring slope sounds just too tempting !! Poem is sooooo good!!

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    1. Good Evening,

      I am so glad you enjoyed my poem and the cool reply.

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  14. A brilliant tribute to the power of true love.

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    1. James,

      Thank you so much for the kind reply.

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  15. Lots of passion in this-very nice!

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