Wendy Bureau

Melody Of Love

Subtle advances are acknowledged
Undressing forms with just eyes
Unable to resist temptation
Tonight bodies, our surprise

Revealed, devoid of hesitation
Visual longing, just to see
A glimpse of the outer core
Bared of cloth, shared with thee

With baited breath, and hungry hands
Excitement spills, fingertips touch
Bodies entangled in melodies hymn
Friction red flesh, trapped in loves clutch

Rhythmically the moments pass
Sweat soaked serenity fills the air
A realization, in truest form
Love's truth and beauty I've fared

Clearer than a sacred crystal
Precisely cut, rarest of kind
Preciously held, forever adored
Loves secret treasure, divine

Copyright 2007 W. Bureau

Submitted: Thursday, August 14, 2008

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  • Rookie - 62 Points Kesav Easwaran (8/14/2008 10:59:00 PM)

    the last stanza lines stand out beautifully head high...sum up the magnificent feel, love gives...from line one to last, the poem gives a beautiful account on how love feeling buds flowers spreads fragrance in two inclining minds
    poem ten grade (Report) Reply

  • Rookie - 26 Points Joseph Poewhit (8/14/2008 9:04:00 AM)

    Verty beautiful poem (Report) Reply

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