amour

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dear

oh Dear –
it’s an evening of amour,
experienced alone, behind the open
windows- a view for the world
abstaining from desire, I disrobe
the words, and let them ablaze
on
the tip
of
my tongue.

dear

oh Dear –
let’s flow, let’s blow, let’s sing,
let’s waltz around in our skins,

*तू स्पर्श है तो मैं एहसास,
लब से जो तू छू ले तो मैं विलाप,
तू पुष्प जो है तो मैं  भँवरा हूँ.

let’s flow, let’s blow, let’s sing,
let loose control.

in dots and dashes,
I sigh, my last word,
in dots and dashes.

dear

oh Dear –

*you are the touch, I am sensation,
you are the kiss, I am that moan,
you are the flower and I, a bumble-bee.

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19 thoughts on “amour

  1. Kerry O'Connor says:

    I disrobe
    the words, and let them ablaze
    on
    the tip
    of
    my tongue.

    I love the phrasing of these words. Fine writing.

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  2. This is luscious….it would go perfectly with the prompt at Imaginary Garden with Real Toads this week. I love this, in particular: “you are the flower and I, a bumble-bee.”

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  3. Shawna says:

    What a beautiful photograph.

    This is my favorite part of your poem:

    “abstaining from desire, I disrobe
    the words”

    I really like the encoded section as well.

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  4. Makes me think “o dear what can the matter be? Where o where has my true love gone? ”
    Luv the way you however romanced your longing into this poem

    Thanks for stopping over at my Sunday Lime today

    Much love…

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  5. I agree with Bjorn that some of the best moments are played alone. Sometime we must make the most of the company we have…and sometimes it is only ourselves.

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  6. ZQ says:

    Here is where I tell you then 🙂 … that was excellent in form, structure, and imaginative theme …coalesced. Glad to meet you.

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