Monday, September 17, 2012

in the breach

Salvador Dali - Venus and the Sailor


in the breach
©2012 Susan Noyes Anderson

call me from the sea to meet you
in the breach of dawn and dusk
shapes and angles flow to greet you
midnight masses, morning musk

neck to shoulder, limb to toe
rise above and fall below
in the deep, along the sand
breast to bosom, palm to hand

swirl inside this sacred eddy
twirl across the ocean floor
i will leave you sated, ready
nothing wanting, wanting more

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31 comments:

Gail said...

Amazing!!!

Karen S. said...

Oh nothing wanting, wanting more...you sure weaved a ribbon of love all the way through. I am happy someone else posted just as late as me! I feel so bad posting at the evening of Monday, but for now it's all I can do!

Other Mary said...

Oh lovely, lovely - form and content both!

Daydreamertoo said...

Oooo.... very sensual :)

anitamombanita said...

coool. :)

Outlawyer said...

Very pretty poem. k.

manicddaily said...

Outlawyer is me, Manicddaily - (on wordpress). A lovely poem. k.

Helen said...

This is incredibly lovely .. I usually don't have my speakers turned up, this evening I did ~ your music the perfect accompaniment.

Ann Grenier said...

So lyrical, flows so nicely. I love it Sue.

Margaret said...

nothing wanting, wanting more


OOOh. What an ending!

Brian Miller said...

wow is it hot in here or is that just me? your rhyme scheme works well with the rhythm...and the beach a perfect setting as well...smiles....

Susie Clevenger said...

So lovely..there is such a marvelous flow to it

Julie said...

Wow. Beautiful and sensual and perfect.

Dixie Mom said...

Hey, are you getting excited for Dancing with the Stars? :)
Your dancing is way better, by the way. :)

yaya said...

Oh, you little minx! Ooooolala!

Kathe W. said...

lovely and lively dance with words!

Caroline said...

It's lovely, Sue. And so romantic!

I also LOVE the music today! Reminded me of Joni Mitchell but I looked at the player and it says Judy Collins. I am not familiar with her so I will now go and do what my generation does when we are not familiar with something: I will google it. In this case her. :)

:)

Leovi said...

Nice poem, delicious. Entering the world of DalĂ­.

jabblog said...

Beautiful dancing rhythm - perfect:-)

Kutamun said...

This is truly inspired, Sue, i never thought of making love after midnight mass until now, thanks !

Little Nell said...

Beautiful words and I love the alliteration.

Kelly Richardson said...

Beautiful throughout!

Trellissimo said...

Well constructed Magpie. Thank you.

EG CameraGirl said...

Such a sensual scene, beautifully written.

Niels Blomberg said...

This poem describes the wild dance very well, I like it

Berowne said...

"Skill" is the word that came to my mind. You said what you had to say with great skill. Congratulations!

karen said...

Very sensuous. I could feel the passion and desire and finally, the longing.

LeAnn said...

Lovely and the picture was a great match.
Hugs!

Eva Gallant said...

Lovely and passionate!

Jinksy said...

Like the Magpie but not that noise that assails the ears as your page opens! I is SO distracting to an unsuspecting visitor who is only expecting poetry...

Jenny said...

Wow.

Just.

Wow.

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