Friday, July 5, 2013

Luscious Taste

photo bucket

two lips
soft moist petals
luscious taste lover's kiss
seducing me in a field of dreams
I wilt


posted for:  imaginary garden with real toads - Haunted Hearts

30 comments:

  1. Love the sensuality of your poem about tu-lips!! Very clever completion.

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    1. Good Morning Mary,

      Thank you my friend for the visit!

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  2. tulips, 2lips, too lips ... the metaphor spirals round beautiful in such few words.

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    1. Welcome Sam,

      Thank you for the lovely reply.

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  3. Truedessa, I want to thank you so much for your beautiful comment on my poem If You are Reading This Poem. Your words went right to my heart. Thank you. I dont have your email address and would like to ask you something....would you please e me at WildWoman2@shaw.ca?? Thanks, kiddo.

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    1. Hi Sherry,

      I will email you later & we can talk. You are always welcome I say what I see & feel your poem was inspiring. Peace...

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  4. A lovely cinquain, truedessa. ~ M

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  5. smiles...lovely and sensual....i like your play on flowers....

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    1. Good Morning Brian,

      Thank you for the smile always nice to see you here. Have a great day!

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  6. This is a most effective metaphor!

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    1. Kerry,

      Most appreciative of your comment.

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  7. A lovely sensual cinquain.

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  8. Perfect!! I really enjoy where you took this and am glad to see a cinquain...nicely done!!

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    1. Hannah,

      I loved the picture prompt & the words just seemed to grow from that field. Thank you!

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  9. Nice poem. Awesome picture!

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    1. Charles,

      Thank you for the visit!

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  10. Well i suppose tulips are less itchy than hay
    So you could pucker up to them at your bay
    Not sure if they will love you back though
    But you never know
    Don't wilt too soon
    Then you may end up looking like a raccoon lol

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    1. Well, Hello to you my friend
      tulips would be soft & pretty
      and I do not think very itchy
      so to the field of dreams I go
      where the tulips grow..
      & two lips blend..

      Hope you have a great night
      at your show..




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  11. Anyone reading your poem .... will wilt. So nice.

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  12. passion is one of the things they are known for... and good reason.

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    1. I cannot argue with that Margaret they are beautiful flowers. Thank you for the visit.

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  13. Sensual and passionate...beautiful!

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