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Author Name: FreeLaPoeta 8 Comments
Date Added: November 22, 2009 03:11:40 Average Score: (Needs 2)
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Stillness Of The Night

slip through the darkness along a path of moonlight

Her silhouette moves toward me heightening my emotions

We allowed much to pass between us without ever meeting

The evening wind touches me like silk moving across my skin

 We both searched for a moment together without a clear motive

My fingers have slowly caressed the fragrance on her written notes

Looking intently she silently touches my hand and electricity surges

She moves close and her lips brush my face as she whispers something

An out of body experience grips me as I nod my head up and down

We disappear back in to the pitch black night toward our destiny

 

 

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Comment By: FreeCindy Bendel on January 20, 2010 09:15:32 PM Report
wow, this sets such a enchanting mood....and the moonlight is always my choice for romance. very nice steve!
~cindy 

Comment By: FreeHannah Mae on November 27, 2009 01:01:34 AM Report
I love how you combine nature and love in this poem. I especially like this line "We allowed much to pass between us without ever meeting."   I like how it dwells especially on what led up to the relationship instead of the feelings themselves. The feelings are revealed through the attention to the little things this couple finds so special.

 

Beautiful

 

~Shanna

Comment By: FreeAdri on November 23, 2009 01:12:25 AM Report
A good write, love the metaphors. Good one
Adri x

Comment By: FreeBarbara Demasson on November 23, 2009 12:02:27 AM Report
You describe the excitement of a first encounter well...the moonlight made for a perfect setting. You left me wondering what she whispered. Lovely!

 

~Barbara~

Comment By: FreeLeonard Wilson on November 22, 2009 04:35:46 PM Report
My fingers have slowly caressed the fragrance on her written notes...

 

 

I love the thought of carressing a fragrence, Shady...This is truly a spiritual union sort of write... Good goin', Steve...len

Comment By: FreeMoon Fairy on November 22, 2009 03:45:21 PM Report
Steve,
Mysterious and sensual. A definite addition could be made with this one, yummy.
~Tracie

Comment By: FreeShe Whispers on November 22, 2009 08:53:25 AM Report
Oh I did enjoy the thrill of this happening ..sensual and breathless one becomes to read ...
Comment By: Premiumjohn j. carey on November 22, 2009 05:20:19 AM Report
Steve, well done,   john




 


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