Thursday, April 8, 2010

Magpie #9 Lipschtick


tonights firmament
de rigour
support and kindles
gentle closeness
soft firmness
slippery folds of skin
cleaving heaving
thrusted lips up to kiss
the sky
languishingly smooth
limpid pools
of well-worn desire

23 comments:

  1. YOU CAN WRITE A MAGPIE TALE TOO!! GO TO: http://magpietales.blogspot.com/2010/04/wow-it-was-fun-to-see-all-participants.html

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  2. Oh My! That was sensually saucy!

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  3. Oh so hot, very enchanting, full of wonderful imagery. Bravo!

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  4. I left a comment but it did not get posted?
    Will try again - Love this poem -- sensual, sexy, provocative -- the words flow like liquid gold and spun like honey especially like the " languishingly smooth limpid pools
    of well-worn desire"
    You can almost taste the smoldering kiss.
    Joanny

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  5. Thank-you for your comments! You inspire me Great Muses/Poets/Writers!MUPOWRI (a take on NaPoMo (National Poetry Month)...a poem a day keeps the dolldrums away! what's another word for a writer or artist's dry spell? Heck!

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  6. Great piece!
    Wow!

    Thanks for visiting my blog and commenting. I like your work here and I'll be back soon.

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  7. I love all the layers of images and feeling - especially this bit:

    cleaving heaving
    thrusted lips up to kiss
    the sky

    Well done.

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  8. A lovely twist of desire. Well done.
    Star

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  9. my, my, (*fans herself rather quickly), I do believe I have the vapors...that was sensual and devine

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  10. chiccoreal,
    the best poetry comes from the heart of the writer who is telling the world their true and inner feelings. I think you are in here.
    rel

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  11. Woo, a hot one. I love "limpid pools of well-worn desire." That's a great line.

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  12. whew. hot and steam magpie....i like it!

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  13. Hot, hot, hot.
    Chocolate hot.
    Cuddle hot.
    Hot.

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  14. There's lots of heat going on up in here! mmmmmmm!

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  15. Needs to be read slowly and breathlessly, each carefully chosen word enunciated in a half-whisper...

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  16. http://jingleyanqiu.wordpress.com/2010/04/13/because-she-is-plain-magpie-tale/

    I wrote my first one,
    thank you for the feedback!

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  17. hot,
    it is nice for the day!
    beautiful poem!

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  18. Very sensual; read slowly outloud as Peter suggests it's even better

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  19. This poem make me think of Pamela Anderson – all that sultry poutiness, that seems just a bit tawdry for some reason (I think the “well-worn” line makes me think that).

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