"Life is the dancer and you are the dance."
Eckhart Tolle

Monday, April 5, 2010

lovers napowrimo #5

the smell of you upon my skin

pheromones

whirling through my senses

of infinity



round and round

scents of you, pleasurable

hold me fixed, caress my skin

infinity



you touch my hair

kiss my lips

gaze into my eyes

infinity exists



trace my finger on your skin

the shape of the neverending

with no beginning, no end

sign of infinity



what happens next?

wait for a sign

till the morning comes

infinity finally leaves me

34 comments:

  1. Wait for a sign, indeed. Nice work!

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  2. how beautiful!
    wonderful work, Pamela!

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  3. hey hey Pam...nice one again...personal for sure...thanks for sharing..couple of our friends just got back from Mexico...as we sait to go back to Cuba in Oct...take care

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  4. this has a stream of consciousness feeling to it, i like it. and i like the repetition of "infinity." very intriguing ideas here.

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  5. I like the idea that you can trace your fingers around a person's skin forever. A lovely form of infinity.

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  6. Infinity! phew, now you're talking!!

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  7. Yeah, I've experienced that kind of 'infinity', It was lovely while it lasted!

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  8. Dan,
    Thanks so much! I enjoyed yours as well!
    Pamela

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  9. Angie,
    You are too kind! Thanks for stopping by.
    Pamela

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  10. Wayne,
    My friend thanks! I thought yours was so funny. I enjoyed it! Where did your friends go in Mexico? Cuba cool!
    Pamela

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  11. Richelle,
    Thanks so much! Thanks for stopping by and commenting.
    Pamela

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  12. Veronica,
    Thank you and thank you for commenting.
    Pamela

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  13. James,
    It is very sensual! You should try it sometime. Thanks for commenting and visiting.
    Pamela

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  14. Andy,
    You got that right, phew! Thanks for stopping by.
    Pamela

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  15. Eryl,
    I am still experiencing it. 14 years and counting, I am a lucky lady! Thanks for commenting.
    Pamela

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  16. Another lovely romantic poem...have you considered o putting together a chapbook with a love theme?

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  17. I like the way you have used "infinity" through-out your poem. Your words flow effortlessly from one stanza to the next ...

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  18. Kristen,
    Thanks so much! I always enjoy your comments on my work. I really enjoyed yours as well. I would love to put a chapbook together but wouldn't know where to start.
    Any pointers?
    Pamela

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  19. Marianne,
    Thank you so much! That is such a nice compliment!
    Pamela

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  20. Nice image of infinity, and the picture fits it perfectly too.

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  21. Sheila,
    Thank you for the kind words. The pic is lovely isn't it?
    Pamela

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  22. I am always impressed when someone can manage to write a love poem without descending into the serious cringe and heave department.Good one Pam.

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  23. Rall,
    I too hate the cringe and heave department. Who wants to spend their time wading through sap. Thanks so much for your kind words.
    Pamela

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  24. Pamela:
    This is beautiful! It gave me the sense of floating in something ethereal and lovely. So sensual! is exactly what came to my mind, too. Very nice!
    Shari

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  25. Poetry as a lover. I can relate. Nice interpretation of the prompt. Thanks for leaving your link on my site. I enjoyed reading through your recent posts. Be back soon.

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  26. I'm with Sheila and Marianne... the use of "infinity" repeatedly made for a delightful touchstone...

    I am behind on my comments too, so much to do with my travels last week...

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  27. Jenna,
    Thanks so much for the nice comment.
    Pamela

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  28. Shari,
    Thanks for stopping by and commenting. Thanks so much!
    Pamela

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  29. Erin,
    Thanks for the nice comment.
    Pamela

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  30. Julie,
    Thanks for the lovely comment. And thanks for stopping by.
    Pamela

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  31. How tender and affectionate! Lovely! I particularly like the last stanza, with the who knows what will happen element!

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