Wednesday, August 22, 2012

The Flower of my life



I love you so much
You excite all my senses
Your eyes say it all

Lips tempt and amuse
Your touch electrifies me
I melt in your arms

Scent inflames my heart
You, the flower of my life
Our love is secure

15 comments:

  1. Those early days of love are such treasures to remember!

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  2. As you pointed out in your comment to me, there are some amazing similarities between our writings today. I always marvel when things like that happen!

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  3. Well written romantic take on the prompt--this brought out good feelings!

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  4. Honestly, it is just beautiful!

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    @Oldegg ~ Thank you so much for that suggestion! :) I'll replace it asap! :) I was searching for a word that would suit the complete meaning of this haiku and you've suggested the perfect one! :) Thank you! :)

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  5. Robin, I'm melting, simply melting under the spell of this poem. You are a true romantic! Lovely use of the words, as well... Amy
    http://sharplittlepencil.com/2012/08/22/diva-heart-in-denial-whirl-trifecta/

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  6. I like the end line - our love is secure. All that passion, the love isn't fleeting, it is solid. Great. :)

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  7. Secure is good..constant..consistent..always there..fine words..jae

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  8. Aw tantalizing first love where passion rules. beautifully done

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  9. Your heart is obviously harbouring great feelings of love, which must be expressed. Lucky you!

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  10. ahhhh....but to be enticed by "lips that tempt and amuse." there's a bit of steaminess in this piece. very nice!

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  11. Isn't love grand? I love this piece and hope it applies to your present state of being!

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  12. Awww, the sacred pleasure of devotion given to the old soul who experiences everlasting love. Precious!

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  13. Security, especially a love secure, isn't that what we all really want?

    Very nice. Thank you.

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