Sunday, January 11, 2015

Dream Oasis

Tis dreams of romance my soul embraces
swaying  beneath  blooming tropical  trees 
oh  to  sail  to  those  faraway  places 
inhaling  salt air , in a gentle breeze

releasing endorphins beneath  warm  palms
dancing sunlight, moves  across  a  blue  sea
aromatic  pleasure, sweet  healing  balms
sweet  ecstasy , untethered I am  free 

Tis fantasy island,  lush   oasis 
singing a  melody  meant  just  for  two
feeling  alive , my beating  heart  races
discovering countless facets of you
  
body   language of  love words unspoken 
surrendering , livin'  for the  moment 

posted for Poets United 
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40 comments:

  1. i think on some level we all hope for that kinda soul stirring romance...exotic locations where we can leave the world behind and just focus on the moment...and the one we are with...

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    1. Brian,

      It has been so cold here that I find myself dreaming of warmer exotic places. To get lost in the moment can be so freeing. Untethered..

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  2. Keep your oasis in your heart. And come visit us on Oahu via blog!



    ALOHA from Honolulu
    ComfortSpiral
    <3


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    1. Thank you Cloudia, I will do just that..:)

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  3. Perfect fantasy--one toi keep in heart and mind no matter what pleasure or pain life serves up.

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    1. Hi Susan,

      Life is full of pleasure and pain, but I could really use some warm weather here.

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  4. Well right now I could certainly use those warm palms and sunlight on a fantasy island ~ Its so cold up here too~ Have a good Sunday ~

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    1. Hi Grace,

      It has been brutally cold for a week now and next week doesn't look much better. Here's to warmer days. Hope you enjoy your Sunday.

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  5. With this crummy cold that would sure be a great place to sway away with another to hold, leave the world behind for a while.

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    1. Leave it behind sounds good to me and sway in that hammock in the glorious sun.

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  6. What a lovely trip into a place of fantasy.. Part trip that I do in my heart - while it's freezing outside.

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    1. Well we can all enjoy a bit of fantasy it is good for the imagination and heart.

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  7. Oh, you have created a beautiful setting here, Truedessa. Romance, a fantasy island, love....who could resist this? Smiles!

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    1. Hi Mary,

      Oh you know I like to dream.

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  8. Wish your all dreams come true in New Year! x

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    1. I hope all your dreams come true as well.

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  9. Such a romantic fantasy. Very lovely, with its palm trees and ocean breezes, and a love story to boot. It does not get any better!

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  10. It appears we are both flying free untethered in our poems this week...how wonderful!

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    1. Hi Donna, I noticed that it must be our word for the day..untethered..flying free..

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  11. You have created the perfect getaway destination.

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    1. thanks Kerry and I sure wish I was going there now
      as I sit here and wait for the snow plow,,

      gee now, I sound like the cat..

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  12. Lovely! The beginning is enticing in particular. Such an easy flowing verse. :-)
    -HA

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    1. HA - Thank you for visiting..nice to see you writing..

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  13. That was beautiful. And as I sit here, in the freezing cold, with snow and ice on the ground, I could definitely go for a nap in a hammock on the beach with the love of my life.

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    1. Thank you...that is sweet hope you two keep warm :)

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  14. My dear friend,

    Ah the beach of dreams
    It seems
    That magical place
    Where the sea and sky embrace

    Thank you for your prose that immerses the soul, dear friend.

    Gary

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    1. Gary,

      There you are..How have you been? Ah, I like that where the sea and sky embrace. Thank you for visiting my dear friend.

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    2. And at two thirty in the morning, here I am again :) I have been just fine, thank you. Although, I must get a new computer. This is one has seen better days.

      Grab a piece of driftwood and etch a thought in the sands of the Dream Oasis. Thank you, kind friend Goodnight from England :)

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    3. Ah, a good idea words to be carried forever with the tides. Good Night and may the dreamworld be kind.

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  15. The whole poem has a lovely, dream-like effect.

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  16. Very lovely. Reminds me of my husband, who can't wait to sail the world and to places such as this!

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    1. Well, I hope he has a safe journey..

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