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Saturday, June 15, 2013

Moon-shine






Moon-shine

Come to me out in the moon-shine he whispered
Anything can happen on a night like tonight
When the stars tumble scoop by scoop over us
Come to me out in the moon-shine he whispered
Leave your clothes behind in drifted wake rippling in conscience cave
Come to me and we shall dance to shatters your parents’ dullard dreams
Giggle with me – Cut the shackles – Drop the load – 
Make not a single iota of  smattered sense with me, 
Laugh loud in side-splits that hurt so good
Come to me before we are too grown to indulge
in-love chattering - singing the song Solomon, Salome -  
Come out to me - as you are
In the moon-
shine...



13 comments:

  1. A wow of a wordle! This is so erotic.

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  2. Nice! It has a 'drop everything and dance' feel to it.

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    1. Smiles to you Cosmo... and congratulations again on your limerick win :)

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  3. An invitation that sounds difficult to refuse!

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  4. Pretty picture and the words create a wonderful vision.

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    1. Much appreciated Helena (btw what a lovely name you have)

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  5. Sensuous joy of allurement and the moon sits in judgement!!

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  6. Very nice, Pearl. A visual caress in words. You have it covered.

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    1. or perhaps uncovered ? - lol ... Thanks Walt. Happy Fathers' Day :)

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  7. Oh this was so wonderful to read...like an old flame whispering in my ear, coaxing me to hide in the dunes! Especially glad the giggles are in the poem!Whirl 113

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  8. What pleasure is was to read this beautiful love song. Wish I had said this to a number of beauties.

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