Midnight Love's Foray

Midnight Love's Foray

A Poem by Susan


 



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


Author's Note

Susan
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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this is sensual without being blunt...it whispers strongly of passion...and lets us imagine.
and more than just about the physical act, this is about a closeness that only comes when there is a real emotional and mental attachment as well.
two bodies coming together, but also two minds, two hearts.
beautiful...and i see the influence of the old poets...most definitely.
j.

Posted 7 Months Ago


Susan

7 Months Ago

Thank you for reading and the thoughtful review! I love expressing a feeling...
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 1 Year Ago


Susan

1 Year 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 1 Year Ago


Susan

1 Year 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 1 Year Ago


Susan

1 Year 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 1 Year Ago


Susan

1 Year Ago

Thank you Richard!
a beautiful poem of passion and love

Posted 1 Year Ago


Susan

1 Year Ago

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

1 Year Ago

my pleasure
I find this enchantingly sweet

Posted 1 Year Ago


0 of 2 people found this review constructive.

Tate Morgan

1 Year Ago

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

1 Year Ago

lol I know the feeling! good luck
Tate Morgan

1 Year 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 1 Year Ago


Susan

1 Year Ago

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

1 Year Ago

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

Posted 1 Year Ago


Susan

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

1 Year Ago

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

1 Year Ago

You're welcome.

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