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Monday, 6 May 2013

Nothing Compares...


My heart rapidly pirouettes.
To the twist of my emotions.
Butterfly ballet, in the pit of my stomach,
Sways to the rhythm of oceans. 

Desperate to trap my breath.
Memories trickle into my veins.
Undeniable trance in every whisper.
An ache along my thighs remain. 

Undying love held within your eyes.
Sultry angel kisses penetrate my skin.
A single rose trailing down my torso.
The feeding of sultry desires begin.

Eager to feel the grip of your hands.
Craving the taste of your kiss.
Fingertips graze across my flushed face.
A delicious haunting rapture this is...

Ruthless passion thriving between us lovers.
Unconditional empathy exudes.
From these intense emotions, forever.
No way, our bodies indicate untruths.

Haunting are the memories of the nights
I spent casting myself to the floor.
Tortured by the aroma in the air around us.
Don't tell me it's not worth fighting for. 


...Nothing compares to you..



A. Joleigh

19 comments:

  1. Wow! This is a loving poem. You went away from your comfort zone here and created another must read poem. Adrianna, you did another great job with this poem. I wonder who you were thinking about when you wrote this?

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  2. It took ten or so years, but I went from darkness to light in a very transformation of thought and the words I use. I still don't understand why I changed course. I wanted to write dark fantasy, now I am writing an ambitious crime novel. I suspect I will change again in the next several years.

    Beautiful poem here!

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    1. Isn't it crazy how that works? Every day my mind changes. Different words effect me in so many random ways. It's hard to tell what will be written next. It's great to hear that I'm not alone. Thank you so much for commenting Diane.

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  3. I loved reading your poem Adrianna :D You should do more like this sometime. And you are a very talented writer and poet :D

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    1. AWE! Thank you Nathan. I would love to be able to write like this more often. As I just mentioned to Diane, its hard for me to tell what moods I'm in from one moment to the next. This moment is rare. I had to write while in it to see what I could create. I'm very happy with the outcome. Thank you for your support Nathan. You are always very sweet.

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  4. Amazingly beautiful and the fact that you feature in it as a character makes it the best. You have a true gift; putting emotions into words and Especially when you are living it. You've got to have something special to be able to record emotions in your inner part and express them at a later stage - Wonderful memory.

    Henry David Thoreau once said “How vain it is to sit down to write when you have not stood up to live.” But it's vain for you as you had lived it. :)

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    1. Thank you Bill. That means a lot coming from you. It was the rolling emotions that I was drowning in at the moment and had to write about it. Unfortunately, not something I've experienced in person but something I'd love to one day with the right person. Thank you for such a wonderful compliment. :) Love the quote from David Thoreau. That says a lot in so few words.

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  5. ce poème est plein d'émotions et les mots collent vraiment à la peau
    Bravo
    Françoise

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    1. Je vous remercie, Françoise! Je suis heureux que vous avez ressenti les émotions que je ressentais lorsque je l'ai écrit. Mon français n'est pas bon. Je suis désolé.
      Vous êtes très gentil. Merci d'avoir lu.

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  6. I ayn't the kinda guy that enjoys love poems, I think that's because I 've never fallen in love, great work anyway!

    Poeticissimo, degno di Catullo.

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    1. Grazie Hawke. Non sono stato in amore sia. Ho solo immaginare che cosa sarebbe come. Forse un giorno ci sia troveremo quella persona speciale.

      Thank you Hawke. ;) I hope we find that love ..that passion ..

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  7. This is one of the best poems I have read in this genre!

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    1. Hiså Martyn :) Yay!! Lol. More people get it than I thought would. It makes me so happy to hear. Thank you!! so much.

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  8. Fiery and passionate! I could feel the yearning. I love it!

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  9. Adrianna, with each passing poem, your innate ability shines through! Thanks for sharing!

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