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Heat Index

Heat Index

A Poem by Lydia
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People watching can lead to fantasy

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photo courtesy of lifespa.com
 
 
 
 
On a blue green morning
my eyes had a recharging rendezvous
over the edge of a coffee cup
while at the same time
my olfactory senses were sated with aromas
and my brain had its does of caffeine
                         it was all very alluring you see
so my thoughts splintered
I’m certain yours would have too
watching his torso tense under
                 a just-that-much too tight tee shirt
but now morning’s danced a soft shoe
into a sultry summer afternoon
loose vowels drape over coy consonants
velvet adverbs flirt with muscled verbs
hell, think I’ll blame it all on the heat index

© 2013 Lydia



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Perhaps Adonis the window cleaner outside the front coffee shop window going about his business while you mused over your coffee and the delights on parade as your senses were massaged and enthused ?

A delightful, well penned poem with a tint of humour running throughout adding to the creative imagery !

Posted 4 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Lydia

4 Years Ago

Thanks for seeing the humor in this slice of life poem...I appreciate the comments, Tom. Lydi**



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There is passion here without doubt, desire too, but more than just a touch of mischievousness methinks. Another smashing write Lydi**......N

Posted 1 Month Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Lydia

1 Month Ago

I am, if nothing else, mischievous! LOL Thanks so much, Neville. Lydi**
Neville Pettitt

1 Month Ago

You just gone knocked me sideways. My kind of gal then (lol)...... Z
Perhaps Adonis the window cleaner outside the front coffee shop window going about his business while you mused over your coffee and the delights on parade as your senses were massaged and enthused ?

A delightful, well penned poem with a tint of humour running throughout adding to the creative imagery !

Posted 4 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Lydia

4 Years Ago

Thanks for seeing the humor in this slice of life poem...I appreciate the comments, Tom. Lydi**
Early morning coffee, hot morning and a good view. No better place to be. The strong description allowed the reader to have good vision of a hot Summer morning. A nice closing to e excellent poem.
Coyote

Posted 4 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Lydia

4 Years Ago

Glad you could picture the scene. Thanks for commenting. lydi**
You made me Smiley by dropping such a nice poem here. I liked this write, it's a splendid write you got once again and i liked that above gone pic. too. Nice pic., Creative fonts, Starting was great and i enojyed this poem much. An excellent work again.

Posted 4 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Lydia

4 Years Ago

Thank you so much for reading and commenting. Lydi*
I used to appreciate, okay still do. Male or female, humans are beautiful. Splendid read and write.

Posted 4 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Lydia

4 Years Ago

And people watching is a wonderful pasttime. Thanks, Brandon. Lydi**
Brandon S. Whitten

4 Years Ago

My pleasure
Now THIS is HOT!! I love the teasing in between the lines... you really know how to work the readers imagination, Lydi! I think my palms are starting to sweat! lol

This is indeed a sultry write!... love those summer days, don't you? ;)

Posted 4 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Lydia

4 Years Ago

Living in South Florida, I better love the heat! :) thanks for the comments again, Robbie. Lydi**
Robbie~xoxo~

4 Years Ago

Southern girls rock! Woo hoo! ;D
a just-that-much too tight tee shirt -- love this line, I'm not exactly sure why :) Well done, my friend...a piece filled with beautiful imagery and lovely, thought provoking sentiment. Nicely done.

Posted 4 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Lydia

4 Years Ago

Glad you enjoyed. Thanks for letting me know, Sarah. lydi**
it's the coffee Lydi, the coffe... just stare into the coffee and its steam.. pay no attention to the guy in the"too tight t-shirt", he will only lead you into trouble... errrr.... but I forget, that's where you like to go on your trip fantasy fantastic... ;0) there are no coy consonants, when you fantasize Lydi and we who read and appreciate your words are grateful..... ~~redzone

Posted 4 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Lydia

4 Years Ago

I see you changed your icon! Nice to see your smiling face. Thanks for the comments, Curt. If I s.. read more
A poem filled with such delicious, flirtatious fun, Lydi! I can almost see the mischievous glint in your eyes ;)....This is how every morning should begin...melting into sultry, summer afternoon to flirt with "velvet adverbs" and "muscled verbs"!! Oh my!! and oh yes...people watching definitely makes me a little whimsical too. What a gorgeous poem here...absolutely loved it!!!

Posted 4 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Lydia

4 Years Ago

Oh, there is no doubt I was being mischievous in this one. You know me so well! Glad you are feeli.. read more
People watching - especially watching a gorgeous gentleman... yes, fantasy ensues! This is a little slice of live clearly drawn in your words.

loose vowels drape over coy consonants
velvet adverbs flirt with muscled verbs

Fun and clever wordplay! Great one, Lydi!

Posted 4 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Lydia

4 Years Ago

Rita, thank you very much. People watching is one of my favorite pasttimes. It gives me inspiratio.. read more

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