Midnight Love's Foray

Midnight Love's Foray

A Poem by Susan Capozzi


 



Come love, take my hand tonight, 
hold me now ’til morn's first light … 
soothes our weary day ~ love’s fragrant bouquet.  
 
Mated lips quench growing thirsts,  
interludes sweetly immersed … 
joined rhythmic ballet ~ stroking cares away.  
 
Sheer oneness in utter bliss, 
we can't join closer than this ...   
whispered breaths portray, sighs urge thighs a’splay.  
 
Heavenly union ~ we’re one; 
in comparing us, there’s none. 
Shun all gainsay … true love’s ne'er passé. 
 
Velvet touch, traced hinder-most,  
each lush sensation’s engrossed ...  
warm passions gain sway ~ midnight love’s foray

© 2017 Susan Capozzi



Author's Note

Susan  Capozzi
Ricalai (Rik-uh-lay) An original form created by Richard W. Jenkins. Thank you Richard for teaching me this wonderful poetic form and allowing me to give it a try. :-) Thank you for all the encouragement and continued support. Thank you for being you!

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The entwining of mutual attentions encapsulated within eloquent prose and wordplay - just exquisite to read and soak up the ambiance - got the ahhhhh factor! :-)

Posted 4 Months Ago


Susan  Capozzi

4 Months Ago

:-)) What a sweet review!! Thank you so much!
I love how the 1st and 4th verse rhyme and the 2nd, 3rd, and 5th verses rhyme with each other. With 5 verses, it has a song-like quality to it.

Posted 6 Months Ago


Susan  Capozzi

6 Months Ago

Well, thank you very much for reading and for the review! I do appreciate you taking the time to do .. read more
Wow what a way do describe making love with a lover... This was beautiful write thanks for sharing


Posted 7 Months Ago


Susan  Capozzi

6 Months Ago

:-) thanks for reading!! I appreciate the review! thanks again..
It does have a great form, and it’s style, flow, and beauty are translucent. Great job.
-Richard

Posted 7 Months Ago


Susan  Capozzi

7 Months Ago

Thank you Richard!
a beautiful poem of passion and love

Posted 11 Months Ago


Susan  Capozzi

11 Months Ago

Thank you! I appreciate the review! :-)
 wordman

11 Months Ago

my pleasure
I find this enchantingly sweet

Posted 11 Months Ago


0 of 2 people found this review constructive.

Tate Morgan

11 Months Ago

All is fine thank you Just trying to find my balance this morning need more coffee
Susan  Capozzi

11 Months Ago

lol I know the feeling! good luck
Tate Morgan

11 Months Ago

working on it sent you something
What is it about hands.. that picture is.. a monument to photography. It lingers as eyes travel your words.. in Picalai.. (that word trickles off the tongue!). ' .. Velvet touch, traced hinder-most, each lush sensation’s engrossed ... '

How thought provoking is that. Beautiful form, lovely words.

Hope my words mean just a little something to you... one can only hope to achieve some contact or another!

Posted 11 Months Ago


Susan  Capozzi

6 Months Ago

OMGOODNESS! I somehow missed this wonderful review!!! Thank you so very much!..
emmajoy

6 Months Ago

You're welcome!
beautiful and lovely. elegant and deep. great job.

Posted 1 Year Ago


Susan  Capozzi

1 Year Ago

Hi Pete, thanks for reading and for the review! I do appreciate it! :-)
You followed the style and the words held me paused.

Posted 1 Year Ago


Susan  Capozzi

1 Year Ago

:-) Thank you! Love this review too! :-)
Chris

1 Year Ago

You're welcome.
I find it so hard to write a sensual poem without becoming somewhat graphic. You weave it in effortlessly and make it just as salacious and yet romantic.

An awesome read.

Posted 1 Year Ago


Susan  Capozzi

1 Year Ago

Yes, and that's the challenge I enjoy...I rather convey a feeling rather than get hung up on somewha.. read more
Tim3

1 Year Ago

It's a pleasure.

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