Mad Chemistry

Mad Chemistry

A Poem by Paloma
"

serendipitous thirst

"

I desire you

   to take note

how my hand

    softly grazes

upon your thigh

a little bit longer

    than it should,

the reason I've 

  playfully licked 

my moist ruby lips while

 engaging your eyes and

   imagining the

  taste of your skin,

the tendrils

   I gently stroke

    through my fingers                                       [around]

wishing they were...


   well, I'm too much of 

     a lady to say,


leaving the

    next

 token

         gesture 

                to mad

                     chemistry      


[wanna be that

    cool drink of water

that satiates your 

    serendipitous thirst]


© 2016 Paloma



Author's Note

Paloma
a little bit flirty & naughty

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Sometimes, there is more communicated in a brief meeting of eyes across a crowded room, that a whole night of unbridled passion.

That strange, mad, unexpected attraction between two people is wholly visceral and thus almost impossible to intellectualize, but this is a quite wonderful summation.

Beccy.

Posted 1 Year Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Paloma

1 Year Ago

Such a poetic review, thanks so much Beccy.



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Yep, deliciously flirty and maybe, just a tad naughty, but nice. Oh' yes, very nice indeed. And so much more than just meets the eye........N

Posted 2 Months Ago


Mad Chemistry is a beautiful thing, fellow New Yawka. Loved it. This would be perfect for open mic as well (especially the last part about serendipitous thirst).

Definitely quenched me with this one. Will be back for more.

Posted 1 Year Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Paloma

1 Year Ago

Thank you so much Cyntax, appreciate your kind words.
Yeah.....a bit flirty.....but that was the point wasn't it?

I don't have much to add about this poem. Other than this scene plays out nearly every night in bars and clubs the world over......the art of seduction based on attraction.

Simple but nicely written.

Posted 1 Year Ago


Might I say fantabulous.. If this were any more beautifully seductive It would melt every iceberg in the Artic.
Nicely done...

Posted 1 Year Ago


Paloma

1 Year Ago

You did. ;) Many thanks from the bottom of my sassy heart. And don't be blaming me for melting iceb.. read more
Dream Weaver

1 Year Ago

lol I digress...
Nice poem Paloma! I like the alliteration in the last two lines and the descriptive language. :)

Posted 1 Year Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Paloma

1 Year Ago

Thanks so much for your enthusiastic review. )
flirty it is but naughty, I shouldn't think so. after all we have no control over chemistry, do we?
very nice. very sensual, exquisite write Paloma.

Posted 1 Year Ago


Paloma

1 Year Ago

The thoughts in my mind were naughty. :) Thanks Woody.
Sometimes, there is more communicated in a brief meeting of eyes across a crowded room, that a whole night of unbridled passion.

That strange, mad, unexpected attraction between two people is wholly visceral and thus almost impossible to intellectualize, but this is a quite wonderful summation.

Beccy.

Posted 1 Year Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Paloma

1 Year Ago

Such a poetic review, thanks so much Beccy.
This totally obliterates my memories of Science, which had me dissecting worms before lunch. Ugh!! I love the way you wrote this...has a sensual play to it that makes it inviting to read!

Posted 1 Year Ago


Paloma

1 Year Ago

Eww, thanks Kelly. Good thing I didn't have dinner yet. :)
a lovely slightly wicked, nice sensual write to warm anyone's hearts.

Posted 1 Year Ago


Paloma

1 Year Ago

Who doesn't enjoy the occasional slightly wicked? ;) Thank you.
yep ...i do ...(now where is my Norma?) NORRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRMAAAAAAAAAAAAA! :) very flirty ..and naughty too :) fun reading for me .. who ever said sex had to be serious ..right?!
E.
ps love the title and "serendipitous thirst" ..and the use of enjambment is very effective (i am trying to retain proper poetic terms by using them when i see their examples;)

Posted 1 Year Ago


Paloma

1 Year Ago

I take it you're in trouble with Norma. :) Thanks so much E!
Einstein Noodle

1 Year Ago

i'm always in trouble with my Norma ;) it keeps us both alive
E.

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