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~Summer's Desire~

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Janet Marie
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0 posted 04-06-2000 05:23 PM       View Profile for Janet Marie   Email Janet Marie   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems   Click to Submit your Poem to Passions  View IP for Janet Marie

~Summer's Desire~

Music plays, our bodies sway ...
summer breezes tease our skin.
Sand in my hair, here on a dare ...
feeling the glow of your touch within.
Starlit skies, moonlit eyes ...
consumed in anticipation of this embrace.
Candles burn, our bodies yearn ...
shadows dance upon your tanned, amazing face.
Taste and kiss, know this bliss ...
we've longed for this moment in time.
Come to me, this is meant to be ...
your many pleasures so sublime.
Secrets shared, confessions spared ...
contentment flows so pure and sweet.
Midnight desire, feel this fire ...
together we conduct heat.
Gentle lips on mine, so divine ...
I surrender to your touch.
Cant fight fate, this need too great ...
I've never wanted any one before -- so much.
Take me there, all that I am, I share ...
of your offerings I am bound.
Love of lust, held in trust ...
true ecstasy finally found.


Janet Marie

for my partner in rhyme  




 The stars shine so bright, now's the time
I close my eyes - soft wind touch my face,
Cool sand upon the place where I once kissed you
And held you close.
Now I will reach for the stars...
Because Oh my love, that's where you are...
Though the storms of black night rage on
I still see your face
I still feel your lips on mine
And though my heart feels all alone without you
I still hear you sing to me
I still hear your voice on the sea...
vertical horizon

© Copyright 2000 Janet Marie - All Rights Reserved
INclan
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1 posted 04-06-2000 05:28 PM       View Profile for INclan   Email INclan   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for INclan

Janet,

If is was your intention to steam up the forum, you have succeeded.  I think this is well written.  Good luck with your Summer.  I must admit that the passions of Summer are sweet. However, at my age, I prefer the stability of Fall.

INclan
Danny Holloway
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Tulsa, OK


2 posted 04-06-2000 05:29 PM       View Profile for Danny Holloway   Email Danny Holloway   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for Danny Holloway

Ah, i get to be the first to lump praise on this one.  Sooooooo sensual.  Sweet music to the ears.
JamesMichael
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3 posted 04-06-2000 05:39 PM       View Profile for JamesMichael   Email JamesMichael   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for JamesMichael

"Shadows dance upon your tanned, amazing face"...if love is based on admiration and trust..as I believe it is...this tango dance has begun.  Lovely..lovely..lovely..James
Denise
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4 posted 04-06-2000 05:42 PM       View Profile for Denise   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for Denise

This is breathtaking, Janet Marie!! Very very nice!!

Denise
PoeticKnight
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5 posted 04-06-2000 05:57 PM       View Profile for PoeticKnight   Email PoeticKnight   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for PoeticKnight

Music plays, our bodies sway ...
summer breezes tease our skin.
Sand in my hair, here on a dare ...
feeling the glow of your touch within.
Starlit skies, moonlit eyes ...
consumed in anticipation of this embrace.
Candles burn, our bodies yearn ...

You are steaming up the passions for sure janet. I could go on with more lines, but those first ones....steamy...*L*
Aimster
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since 02-19-2000
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6 posted 04-06-2000 06:07 PM       View Profile for Aimster   Email Aimster   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for Aimster

HOT! That was my first initial reaction to this poem!! This one is quite breathtaking...makes me wish summer was here NOW lol. I must go now and wipe off my computer screen...for it is still blazing with words of passion!

Take care...
Love ya
AMY  

 ~Live today as though it were your last but prepare for tomorrow as though it were here~
Elizabeth Santos
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7 posted 04-06-2000 06:44 PM       View Profile for Elizabeth Santos   Email Elizabeth Santos   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for Elizabeth Santos

Very passionate, My dear, I wonder how you could write so beautifully through all that?

WEll written and smooth from beginning to end. It is a wonderful poem. I like the inner rhyming, very well done
Liz
Butterflies_dont_cry
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8 posted 04-06-2000 10:06 PM       View Profile for Butterflies_dont_cry   Email Butterflies_dont_cry   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for Butterflies_dont_cry

Is it HOT in here????
Janet Marie*
This is extraordinary!!!! You captured each touch, each feeling, each heartbeat...I loved this side of your poetry!!!! Now pardon me while I go open some windows cuz you fogged up my screen...lol  


 Hold me for yesterday
Kiss me for tomorrow
But love me for today.

Janet Marie
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9 posted 04-07-2000 12:38 AM       View Profile for Janet Marie   Email Janet Marie   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for Janet Marie

you guys are making me blush big time...and Im loving it (smile)
I'm glad to know I can steam sombodys screen still. *S*
thank you for sharing the "pleasure" you find in this...I know it was my pleasure to write it...as was its moment of inspiration...*SIGH*  LOL

THANK YOU to ALL of you.

Liz...thank you for noticing the rhyme thru all the steam LOL...I am humbled by compliments from a poet of your grace. truly.
take care all, jm

 The stars shine so bright, now's the time
I close my eyes - soft wind touch my face,
Cool sand upon the place where I once kissed you
And held you close.
Now I will reach for the stars...
Because Oh my love, that's where you are...
Though the storms of black night rage on
I still see your face
I still feel your lips on mine
And though my heart feels all alone without you
I still hear you sing to me
I still hear your voice on the sea...
vertical horizon

christies heart
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since 08-10-99
Posts 192
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10 posted 04-07-2000 04:56 AM       View Profile for christies heart   Email christies heart   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for christies heart


What did I tell you about trying out the Romance novel writing industry??? Great poem, just in time for the season(well, a tease for the upcoming season)
neitham
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since 12-29-1999
Posts 44
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11 posted 04-07-2000 05:41 AM       View Profile for neitham   Email neitham   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems   Click to visit neitham's Home Page   View IP for neitham

Great, Sensual, Rhyming, Steaming.....I could go on and on...very refreshing poem indeed!
Luv,
neitham
 
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