Divine Treasures ⁓ (sensually alluring)

Divine Treasures ⁓ (sensually alluring)

A Poem by Richard
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English [Shakespearean] Sonnet

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1st Place Winner
Sensual Sonnet Contest

© 2017 Richard



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Richard
Honest, constructive reviews, please.

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Richard,
"Divine Treasures" was a fitting and positive portrayal of a perfect and kind motivation from the heart. I was impressed by its innocence and joy. "He loved God's flowers more than words can tell, but never near as much as your bouquet. This line is the message to me of this writing. Another really interesting part is it seems to be written in third person? Anyway very good poem...........bless you kathy

Posted 8 Months Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Richard

4 Months Ago

Oh, Kathy!
How sweetly your words caress through my grateful senses, whispering nuances ever-.. read more
Kathy Van Kurin

4 Months Ago

Richard,
You have such a way with words. I would think you were a writer or something....Love.. read more



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Just as a sonnet should be - a tightly structured thematic write! Thou shalt have my vote ... :-)

Posted 4 Months Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Richard

4 Months Ago

Thank you, Poet,
Well, the voting's over (LOL), but your comments and expressed approval grat.. read more
Richard,
"Divine Treasures" was a fitting and positive portrayal of a perfect and kind motivation from the heart. I was impressed by its innocence and joy. "He loved God's flowers more than words can tell, but never near as much as your bouquet. This line is the message to me of this writing. Another really interesting part is it seems to be written in third person? Anyway very good poem...........bless you kathy

Posted 8 Months Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Richard

4 Months Ago

Oh, Kathy!
How sweetly your words caress through my grateful senses, whispering nuances ever-.. read more
Kathy Van Kurin

4 Months Ago

Richard,
You have such a way with words. I would think you were a writer or something....Love.. read more
i read only the finished product and have nothing to say other than it flows so easy ..nothing forced ...no stretching of syntax in my mind and like Kl ... i don't count but i am quite sure you have met all the criteria for an English sonnet .. i read your most recent and this your oldest posted .. and i think they are similar in theme ... at least the ups and downs of love and the fineness of staying power in a relationship of love .. i think this is simply beautiful to read and experience
E.

Posted 1 Year Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Richard

1 Year Ago

Many humbled thank you's, Dear Fellow Poet!

When a such a skilled and respected write.. read more
Einstein Noodle

1 Year Ago

i think you think i am someone else ;) but thank you ..you must not have read my profile "About Me" .. read more
Since you went to my beginning I went to yours. First, might I say, I love the way you present your poems. They are elegant and well thought out. Second, I feel the rewrite is a polished and substantially improved version of the original. Now, that being said, I don't sit and count syllables and all that jazz -- I read it aloud, and if I like it, I like it. I am a stickler for grammar but flexible on form. As long is it works, I figure the form is good.

Posted 1 Year Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Richard

1 Year Ago

Thank you for stopping-in, KL!
I appreciate you selecting these pieces to read and review, fo.. read more
A little porn..a little Lovely Sonnet Feel

Well done...(despite picturing the throbbing and such) LOL..

Jazz................ aka Jazzy Jazz

Posted 2 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Richard

1 Year Ago

Goodness, jasmine!
I'll never know how I missed this sweet review of my first poems? I must f.. read more
J. J.  Nightingale

1 Year Ago

I had forgotten too...lol... You are welcome Richard..
A flowering, gentle design of love. Very much the classical sonnet. It's interesting that such a poem should relate to such a girl as the image depicts, but love is strange...to many people love is not the first thing that comes into their minds when they see this picture. It puts a quite different complexion on the interpretation of her.
I find such work difficult to review outside of style, since I find the subject of love mostly limited in depth. So forgive me for not offering anything on the content.
Well-written piece though.

Posted 2 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Richard

2 Years Ago

Thanks for the read, Devon, and for your comments and final praise of the composition, itself.
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Richard

2 Years Ago

Well, I have other love poems on here, or more correctly, poems that have love parts in them you mig.. read more
Devons

2 Years Ago

All I mean to say is that I find it difficult to analyse subjective love poems which only present o.. read more
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A skillful pen that captures some deeply romantic vows - the most befit types for this kind of write.
I love the word choice and how you softly introduce the lovers plight to the beloved.
There is nothing more that can make a heart grow fonder than the heartaches, and it is in those times, when love grows deeper and stronger.
Beautiful!! :D

Posted 2 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

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2 Years Ago

wow.. you wrong yourself too much by only praising my review, for it is your work that let my words .. read more
Richard

2 Years Ago

Me, too … yours mine and me Yours~*
Richard

2 Years Ago

I'll be sure to give you more …
It has a gentle smooth, pleasurable flow to it.

'how your bouquet flows through each aching pore' - I can see the writer close their eyes and sniff the air gently with head tilting back as if trying to catch every molecule of air.

I loved the delicate 'lacey' feel to it and the divine sentiments of this distance relationship but the 'throbbing veins' kinda felt like a piece of ice in a soft luxury ice cream - it crunched right there - for me, dear poet.

anto



Posted 2 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Richard

2 Years Ago

Please, forgive my typos, Anton!
ANTO

2 Years Ago

Well to be honest in retrospect the throbbing vein was not as bad as I had first thought - I made an.. read more
Richard

2 Years Ago

I knew you'd join-in with the spirit … LOL!

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