Wednesday, July 18, 2012

Summer Secret


It was our secret
We push the tangle of leaves
To our own hideout

And there in the shade
First I touch your soft skin then
Kiss away your blushes

Feel the Summer warmth
And your face glows with desire
Heaven is ours now

21 comments:

  1. Oh, love this. So simple but so evocative.

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  2. Finding heaven is good..secret heaven..even better..jae

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  3. ageless and beautifully captured the stolen kisses

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  4. sounds like a first love, with stolen moments. Beautifully put.

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  5. Made me feel like a teen again, hiding out with 'loved' one....There is nothing like a first kiss....

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  6. Very sensual ..lucky pair too :)

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  7. Summer love. So innocent and yet so sensual.

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  8. lovely memory...

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  9. I love the simplicity of this. There's a certain innocence too, that I think we lose as we get older. Summer love is a magical thing.

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  10. We both went for simple this week. In your case it works beautifully. Funny we both wrote of tangled leaves - something in the genes I suppose.

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  11. So wistfully sweet...made me want to stay tangled in the words.

    Thanks for stopping by my blog.

    ~Paula

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  12. This is such a sweet piece of love. I like secrets in the warmth and the shade of summer. You must enjoy the seasons true to heart, you express your feelings for the weather thoroughly.

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  13. You are such a romantic soul. This captures the essence of love without needing to involve the naughty bits or grueling, grinding sexual details. This is a class act, and so are you, Robin. Peace, Amy
    http://sharplittlepencil.com/2012/07/18/life-without-limits-sun-scribs-3ww/

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  14. beautiful trio of haikus making a wonderfully warm poem. Annette @ hoofprints

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  15. oh my gosh, old egg! your poem is so beautifully romantic.

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  16. A secret heaven can't be stolen unless its forgotten.

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