Thursday, September 12, 2013

Somewhere In Between

painting musical instruments












Dreaming under a honey coated moon
my mind strays smoky thoughts of you
your silky voice melting me away
let me love you, come into my room
two shadows sway against the wall
caught in the rapid rush of night
growling saxophone playing our tune
warmth caressing hot  bare flesh
hungry sighs the hum hum sound
unbroken shattering the silence

somewhere in between here and there
between love and paradise we dance
between love and paradise we dance
somewhere in between here and there

Dreaming under a honey coated moon
bodies surrender , slow and smooth
your gentle hands, trace my frame
I touch you here, you touch me there
bodies quivering  to the jazzy beat
playing in the heated flush of night
satin sheets tangled at our feet
pillow drenched with our scent
clinging tightly to our love...

hot trumpet playing in our head
sliding hands along the keyboard
striking some chords..click click clicking
slow and easy bay....be..
  slow and easy
    
somewhere in between here and there
between love and paradise we dance
between love and paradise we dance
somewhere in between here and there

slow and easy bay..be..
 slow and easy
  we dance to the rhythm of jazz

posted for dVerse writing some Jazz

33 comments:

  1. That is a beautifully sensual dance. I am listening to some jazz right now... your verses perfectly suited it. I liked the ending.

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    1. Thank you HO for visiting and your comment. Always appreciated.

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  2. slow and easy babe...ha... i need someone to remind me constantly as well of this...smiles... i like the between here and there...the journey character..the space we move and the tempi matters much...right..

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    1. Hi Claudia,

      Thank you for visiting and the great comment. Sometimes we just need to slow down and feel the beat.

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  3. This is a perfect song - you have the refrain and everything. A most lustful dance - from the silky smoothness of the first stanza to the more urgent heat of the second.

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    1. Marina,

      Thank you so much for the thoughtful comment, I am glad you enjoyed my song.

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  4. mmm nice rhythm, change of tempo & underlying sensuality in this....making a little jazz music. ha.

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    1. Brian,

      How are you my friend? Thanks for the visit always a pleasure.

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  5. Oh, I can hear the sultry tones of a Rosemary Clooney here. I love the refrain. This needs to be recorded.

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    1. Hi Debi,

      Thank you so much I appreciate your support.

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  6. Enjoyed all the details you included to set the scene. I could ALMOST hear that trumpet playing as I read your piece.

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    1. Mary,

      Always a pleasure to see you here and I always enjoy reading your responses. Hope you have a great day.

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  7. damn, you sure let loose a tune
    That could make any swoon
    Think I need to take a cold shower now
    Between here and there may happen some how

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    1. Pat,

      So glad you liked my tune
      would be nice to dance
      under a full moon..

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    2. Dance you say?
      Well i suppose some sort of dance I could do at my bay
      The breaking in kind
      Oh never mind lol

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    3. Dance, I did say to sleep
      perchance to dream..breaking
      in new ideas...lol..

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  8. Nice post, great blog, following :)

    Good Luck :)

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  9. Love this line, "somewhere in between here and there,between love and paradise we dance" Enjoyed reading this, thanks for sharing.

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    1. Ken,

      Thank you for taking the time to read.

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  10. Oh, yeah... we were on the same page for this one. Something about the sax just drives me crazy.

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    1. Laurie,

      I agree the sax is one smooth instrument that has that intensity to stir things up a bit...

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  11. Oh, so nice and tender song in jazzy tone...love it

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    1. Hi humbird,

      Thanks so much for the read and reply...

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  12. Cannot be a jazz night without the sax. Cool rendition Trudessa! Nicely!

    Hank

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    1. Good Morning Hank,

      Thanks for visiting! Yes, the sax is a big part of the jazz sound and what a sound it is..so enjoyable.

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  13. Seductive and sensual - I can hear the brushes on the cymbals and that sax player is gearing up for his moment in the spotlight.

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    1. Good Morning,

      Thanks for the cool comment I think I can hear the brushes as well as I wait for the sax to play it's song.

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  14. What beautiful and sensual images! And you've engaged all the senses! I used to try to get that concept across to my third graders ~ couldn't have used this as an example though! LOL Thanks for sharing these jazzy lines.

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    1. Good Morning,

      Thank you for the visit and the great comment as I am smiling. Perhaps, this is not the best example for young minds. Hope you are drying out at your place and the sun is smiling again.

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  15. hi truedesssa my name is Albert is an honor to redad you kisses

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    1. Hello Albert,

      Thanks for reading..

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