Sunday, May 7, 2017

Huntress of Dreams

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 she is a huntress in the night
under the glow of blue moonlight
intuitive, tracking wild dreams
following songs of ancient streams

dark shadows, hiding beyond sight
she is a huntress in the night
her heart pounds to the water drum
catching the rhythm as crickets hum

in primal tongue, she sings for him
awaken my love hear my hymn
she is a huntress in the night
enchantment is ours, hold on tight

come with me, in a hidden cave
let's satisfy the dream we crave
tangled with him, she finds delight
she is a huntress in the night

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42 comments:

  1. Love this.. what magic in such a hunt... night has a magic.

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    1. Thank Bjorn, the dreamscape can be magical.

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  2. Oh this is beautiful....I can feel her Energy!

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    1. Thank you Sherry! How are you my friend?

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  3. I can feel her wild energy and picture the glow of blue moonlight!❤️

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    1. Perhaps, she travels on a different frequency in the night.

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  4. Most men would say she could hunt them anytime.

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    1. Perhaps, they would I don't really know.

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  5. A hunt that wouldn't last long as she grabs on strong and any guy plays along.

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    1. I don't think she is seeking just any guy? She is a huntress of a dream

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  6. Night is a seductive huntress... this has a mythical tone, lovely.

    Thank you for visiting Magic of Words.

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    1. Thank you for feeling the mythical tone.

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  7. ... "following the songs of ancient streams" ... This is enchanting from beginning to end, and in my favorite rhyming cadence as well!

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    1. Thank you, I thought the form would work well for the message.

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  8. Beautiful.
    I really, really hope her hunts are successful.

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    1. Thank EC - I guess only the dreamer knows.

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  9. I really like the story progressing through the lines, and the way in which your rhyme adds to the sensual magic of the tale.

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  10. Whoa! Good thing I'm 70 and no longer prey, they say the meat is tough :-) That was very good so now i think I'll keep my door unlocked : )
    Good write T.
    ZQ

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    1. ZQ ~ your comment made me smile. Thank you!

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  11. The huntress in the night is seductive in her rhyme:)

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  12. Love this, the chosen words, the symbolism, the huntress, the catch. Great writing!

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    1. Thank you so much for visiting Myrna and leaving your thoughts.

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  13. Love this seductive poem. The rhyme turnaround was very clever.

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    1. Thank you Marin, I used the Quatern form for this piece and dreams are seductive in many ways :)

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  14. Gorgeous poem! I love it!

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  15. Lovely and mystical. Wonderful cadence. And once again, a stellar job with the repetition. I enjoyed reading this piece.

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    1. Thank you so much Wendy, I always appreciate your visits and comments.

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  16. Deliciously, fantastically romantic.

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  17. How beautiful it is to read this, I really enjoyed it.

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    1. Glad you enjoyed it Old Egg..

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  18. I love how effortlessly this poem flows - like a song

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    1. Thanks Jae Rose for hearing a melody..

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  19. I love how primal this is, while also being so mystical and dreamy. Any man is lucky to have a good woman hunt after him.

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    1. Smiling...primal it may be filled with some mystical fantasy of sorts.

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  20. tangled with him, she finds delight
    she is a huntress in the night

    One will always be bothered by dreams which in most cases run counter to what one wants and expect!

    Hank

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    1. hmm, I am not sure Hank, the world rotates clockwise and spins counterclockwise, so I am not sure which way she might be going in this poem.

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  21. Purely beautiful and magical! Love!!! You are an amazing writer Truedessa!

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  22. This is beautiful, Trudessa. It speaks to my pagan roots!

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