Tuesday, June 23, 2015

Monsoon Approaching

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Monsoon rapidly approaching
   Onslaught of waves we ride
     Nimbus clouds merging together
       Shattering our reality into pieces
         Our bodies caught in torrential rain
           Overlapping clinging to each other
             Night leaves us breathless



posted for dverse writing
poems about Monsoons

24 comments:

  1. The summer thunderstorms of love!

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  2. Such a sensuous piece :D

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  3. I like the togetherness of this poem, not weathering the storm alone. Peace, Linda

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  4. Love storms....just so very sensual but at the same time, a grand restraint. Most enjoyable. Hayes Spencer is Kanzensakura

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  5. Nice acrostic.
    And what better way to experience a thunder storm
    than together.
    Nice intimacy.

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  6. I love the whole idea of a monsoon. Captured nicely in your poem.

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  7. now this is the kind of monsoon i get never tired of...

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  8. Oh I love a monsoon like that, we need some cool to seek that special cold.

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  9. That is quite lovely indeed!

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  10. a very sensual acrostic! Very lovely!

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  11. Truedesa, your lines are intense enough to illustrate what monsoon is. The whole piece sounds like a long night, good thing they have each other in this moment of time. Also, I could read this as part of your adventures in the sea with captain Pat. I enjoyed it, as always, thank you!

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  12. always good to have a friend during a storm

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  13. How intense that monsoon can be...I love the acrostic, now that I noticed it ~

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  14. What such storms can do when experienced by two

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  15. water and passion... - nice

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  16. Approaching monsoon all in a wonderful acrostic. That's remarkable Truedessa!

    Hank

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  17. To live with Nature without clothes
    of culture is to know better
    the strength and warmth
    of human heArt.. lighting
    soul.. spirit of strength..
    warmth of arms
    instead
    of covered
    heArts..
    Truest human
    Monsoon challenge
    is human
    heArt..:)

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  18. I can feel the frenzy of the moment, Truedessa.

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  19. Ah those long duration rains, no matter when, they amaze me all the same. Always leave me breathless

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  20. beautiful image! the shape gives that feeling of anticipation.

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  21. Here's to the monsoon -- may we all experience this kind of monsoon.

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  22. Exultant, euphoric and cathartic. An awesome piece of writing!

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