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Come enjoy the verses, the song and THE ART!!
Wild as the wind….
I told her. I need more of your kisses, I need more of your poetry verses by the sea. I needed you yesterday, I need you today and I need you evermore..
You are my Spring blessing, my Summer love and My Fall joy. When you dance barefoot on the soft sand of the Monterey beach, I know. Love is a careless child. Cannot be owned and when received. A honored gift.
You are wild as the wind, free as the dancing sea. I love your lily white skin, I love you my delicious water nymph who can make me smile. In your eyes, they steal me away into unknown pleasures I shall know. You whispered to me. Come live with me and be my lover. Let’s find a quiet place where the sound of our heartbeat, is all we can hear. We need the sea near…
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The majestic sky is above us. The million stars shining like diamonds in the sky and you and I. We are adoring the rising moon. I told her. I told Bella Luna a secret tonight, I whispered to the western wind. I love you my dear Marcella, you are my mischievous gal with bright emerald eyes and the kindest heart. You make the goddess of the sea smile when you dance bare-ass. Drink the tequila and sing to the Pacific.
She whispered, shall we dance? We had enough words today. Let’s know silence and listen to the sea. I brought her closer and I smell luscious places and erotic flowers in her hair. I told her. You are right dear Marcella. Every poem is a epitaph of love. We need more dance, more kisses and longer nights. We need to find place where our hands and finger interlace…
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Pretty pictures are left now and now you are gone. I sit by the lilac trees and I’m smelling the lavender in the air. You were my Spring love, my Summer delight.
You and I. We loved the Summer sun and the sea. I remember you laying by the sea. Your sun-kissed skin tender and brown. Tempting smile and your perfect body blessing the sky and the clouds. Rolling curves of beautiful body leading to dangerous wishes and a thousand kisses.
You gave me kind words and you told me. Pour the Lilac wine dear Johnnie. Summer is ending and I shall leave soon, but dear Johnnie. Our love is like the Lilac tree. I will see you in the Spring. The Fall and the cold Winter will make us yearn for the sea and for more lilac wine.
I drink the lilac wine and I pray for…
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COME AND ENJOY THESE GREAT QUOTES!!!
That moment when you are on the phone to a store needing to know where they are, when you realize they are diagonally across the street from where you are parked. I know there has to be someone on here that can identify with me on this, right? I hope you aren’t lost today, and glad that you found your way here. Enjoy the quotes and let me know your favorite/favorites in the comments below.
10 of 12 in ‘The Spring 21’ series
Wet roads glisten in sunshine
fresh from the rain
as I sit here gazing
from my window again
Very little here passing
lock-down in full swing
but there’s full colour highlight
born of the Spring
The yellow forsythia
is quite lovely to see
from here at my window
as it brings home to me
that despite all the changes
Covid-19 is bringing
there is nothing to stop
the world from still singing
Photo – Jempics
First published as ‘Still Singing‘ in April 2020; rewritten April 2021
She hides from sight
So they cannot see
Behind tall reeds
Shroud in mystery
A fae like no other
Floral crown on her head
On a lush verdant bed
Eyes looking down
As tears flow from within
She can’t catch her breath
Her mind, in a spin
How could they leave her?
This fragile little sprite
Who can she cling to?
There’s no one in sight
Saddened by betrayal
She weeps, silently, and still
Gathers herself, defiantly
Born with a stronger will
Knowing now, what she must do
To forget this horrid pain
She’ll stretch out her wings, take to the sky
And rise up, once again!
Haiku At last the sun comes Casting its light on darkness Waking the spirit Copyright © 2021 Christine Bolton – Poetry for Healing