Sensuous

Sensuous

A Poem by Einstein Noodle

 
Loie Hollowell's Sensuous, Suggestive Paintings Provoke and Delight �
(image by Loie Hallowell)
Sensuous
cod .............salted, 
dried and packed in
wooded treasure boxes with 
sliding wood lids
I kept things in there once. 
Things like a pair of red dice,
my lucky rabbits foot ... the real one;
A couple baseball cards ... rubber bands, tacks
And     .......................             dreams of women.
Purring warm with the
fluidity of solids ..........with glow
conscious and alive in my hands 
hands cupped and spooning
a table for two
sun baked linen 
shaken to clothe flat quiet table
curves of warm cherry wood legs crevassed behind blue eyes
 minds ....and .... hands 
                                      exploring
so many forks for one meal
(I don't know what they're all for)
red cream 
smooth flow 
radiates radish sauces
star veins pink when opened
over smooth and rippling dimples
fitted as one
a table for two .........................sensuous.
09/2020
E.

© 2020 Einstein Noodle


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That you ever think to combine all these ideas & make it into a cohesive flow is your main magic. That you go from cod box to memories to sumptuous dinner . . . it's a zig-zag only a zany mind might make! I love the part when your poem goes from the routine particulars of what's in the box to the part where sensuality seeps into your reverie. I love that this poem conveys "sensuous" without making it about the physicality of the human form. Most people are turned on by such subtle extravagances (love the parenthetical fork comment) in memories! (((HUGS))) Fondly, Margie

Posted 5 Months Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Einstein Noodle

5 Months Ago

i am so tickled by your response Margie! i was a bit uncertain if what you felt as you read would co.. read more
barleygirl

5 Months Ago

My nearby fire is calm now, so I'm in a good space. But the rest of the west coast is unbelievable! .. read more
Einstein Noodle

5 Months Ago

we had a wee bit of rain yesterday and last night .. i think further East has some warnings out .. s.. read more



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What an attractive and sensual correlation of items. I find your writing quite poignant and seducing. It draws one in and leaves the reader hanging on ever word.

Writing with a play on words, seductive suggestions with taste, not trash, is very appealing.
Beautiful piece of work.
~A

Posted 1 Day Ago


Einstein Noodle

3 Hours Ago

ahahahaha i am so glad you found this so .. i think our sensuality has place and time and should nev.. read more
A poem rich in color and feel....I loved the purring warm dreams, the sun baked linen and the curve of warm cherry wood legs. Such focus on detailing all that goes into creating a wonder dinner for two. This poem is delightfully sensuous in more ways than one. I feel this could be so apt a table set for Valentine's Day! Beautifully penned, dear E ❤

Posted 3 Weeks Ago


Einstein Noodle

2 Weeks Ago

as i began to read your review, Divya, i thought of V-Day as well .. it is coming up fast isn't it. .. read more
Hey Einstein...Loved your Norma.....Loved your cod box....good memories! k

Posted 3 Months Ago


Einstein Noodle

3 Months Ago

hi Sis! :) once those wooden boxes dried out and lost the fish aroma .. they made great treasure che.. read more
From one's life to dinner; dinner to life; life to love; love to its creed; creed to one's memories and then memories to these words... everything is so beautifully written & captured w/ writer-ish flow.

Posted 3 Months Ago


Einstein Noodle

3 Months Ago

what a smile your review has put on me face this morning Word Man ... i love how you see the cycle i.. read more
Wow! You have created magic here, sir. Truly... To have thought of all of this and bring it all together so beautifully... I loved the flavor you have created... A sight si splendid.. Keep safe and have an amazing day, sir. Tyfs

Posted 3 Months Ago


Einstein Noodle

3 Months Ago

thank you for your kindness Ankita! glad you enjoyed reading this experience ... and the best of the.. read more
I am relishing this poem, your thoughts flowing, blending with subtlety, those different kinds of tastes, the visual delights mixed with the olfactory ones and those that stir the taste buds and other senses too at all at once and the same time. The sensuousness builds up as the poem flows, I stop and savour every treat your words lay out for me. There's nothing like a sensuously fitted table for two! Loved this poem, dear sir!

Posted 4 Months Ago


Einstein Noodle

4 Months Ago

you are very kind and gracious, my friend! i couldn't be more happy having you have the experience i.. read more
I had a box like this...baseball cards, boy scout handbook, Eagle badge,
Rock collection...imaginings of Judy Fracaro whom I loved from afar in grade school but never had the courage to tell her.....and damn...we had a reunion and i was going to tell her then so we could have a good laugh over it...but she died of cancer before the reunion...she will never know that I kept thoughts of her in that box...
I wonder if she ever noticed me?
maybe I needed a rabbit's foot...might have brought me good luck with her.
You take me on such a nostalgia trip here...
I love saving old things...my dad's penny collection which he gave me...it means so much to have that of his...he collected those...he's gone, but that part of him remains with me.
I have really old photos in an old album my mom gave me.
Relatives i never knew...ones who died before I was born...my mom's mom, my dad's dad...
and the photo in my avatar of my mom and me when I was 10 days old.
keepsakes are priceless....the ones that can only be measured by the heart....
this poem is amazing...and damn...my mom did teach me which one was the shrimp fork, but when I was older than 10 days.
j.

Posted 5 Months Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Einstein Noodle

5 Months Ago

wow jacob! thanks so much for sharing your memories .. couldn't receive a better review than to have.. read more
What a wonderfully expressive piece E, that surprises and conjures images of a box of dreams and hopes, memories and delights treasured.
Have an old box with old concert tickets and little mindings that evoke such wonderful memories, moreso for the fact that I lost most of everything in a fire a few years back, bur fate left it intact, which considering it's made of wood, only adds another memory to it, as well as a slight smoky smel.
There's even a wine label from a posh meal with too much cutlery too. Wish I pinched a spoon now 😀
A wonderful piece, that lets me wander your wanderings, while remembering our own.


Posted 5 Months Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Einstein Noodle

5 Months Ago

that .... is beautiful sir! i couldn't feel more happy and gratified by your review .. that you let .. read more
Lorry

5 Months Ago

Glad to be of assistance sir 😀
You've created a rich, colourful and delicious feast, here, Mr. Noodle! You've not over-seasoned your phrases or accentuated the wooden boxes in a state of sensuous awareness, You inevitably write with fine phrasing.. and in this case, tastefully. ' a table for two - baked linen - shaken to clothe flat quiet table - curves of warm cherry wood legs - crevassed behind blue eyes - minds ....and ... '

and.. my kind of music!

Posted 5 Months Ago


Einstein Noodle

5 Months Ago

ohhhhhhhhhh Emmajoy! you brought tinglies to me face ... i am so happy for this review! glad you lik.. read more
emmajoy

5 Months Ago

Read again and still give it A+ .. inevitably find something special in your words.
My muse h.. read more
I do believe you are a magic man. That jazz, infused with your concoction of sensual play and passion has me melted down, like butter on toast! I could listen to this for days on end...thank you for the dance!

Posted 5 Months Ago


Einstein Noodle

5 Months Ago

ohhhhhhhhhhh dahlink Kelly Scheppers .. you once again grace the Cafe' and my pages .. so glad you a.. read more

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