Blogging · Fiction · poetry

Let…

  Let your hungry tongue trace my lifeline.  I’d want your burning kisses on my pale skin anytime. Napalm caresses down my trembling wrists. Promises unsure, wrapped around your fists. Love me, Tender love me sweet… Don’t let me lay there alone and defeated.

Blogging · challenge · music · poetry

Set free… – Song inspired haiku challenge

  I found my own voice Don’t care if I sing off key I’m a bird set free!     After posting my silly haiku, a couple of days back, Carolina decided to host a new challenge mixing music and poetry. Everyone is welcome to join the challenge, and all your need  to do is choose…… Continue reading Set free… – Song inspired haiku challenge

Blogging · challenge · poetry · Travel

Which Way Challenge – January 17th

  This Which Way challenge is all about capturing the roads, walks, trails, rails, steps, signs, etc. we move from one place to another on.  You can walk on them, climb them, drive them, ride on them, as long as the specific way is visible.  Any angle of a bridge is acceptable as are any…… Continue reading Which Way Challenge – January 17th

Blogging · poetry · Word of the day

Labyrinth…

  You are a maze, a true labyrinth Layered innuendos A smell of enigma clinging in the air Your deep voice echoing against the vine covered walls. Chanting half-helping clues And I run, but never to safety My hair caught in your lies The ivy scratching my skin Somewhere, on the edge of my waltzing…… Continue reading Labyrinth…

Blogging · poetry · Thoughts · Word of the day

Imagine…

  Imagine… A ballet of hands, free minded, no worries. No questions asked. Imagine… Two palms waltzing, tenderly swirling, cheek to cheek. Imagine… Eager digits mixed, closely entwined, fingertips kissing in the moonlight. Imagine… My tiny hand, fragile shaking bird nesting in your protective paw. Sharing our warmth Love unspoken, quiet vow sealed, skin to…… Continue reading Imagine…

Blogging · nature · poetry · Thoughts

The woodpecker…

  And the woodpecker pecked as woodpeckers do. Peck peck peck on the branches and the tree bark too. I wanted the woodpecker to fly far and away. Not that I don’t like its kind quite the opposite I would say! But I knew woodpeckers’ wings were just short of a plane… So I tied…… Continue reading The woodpecker…