Treasure Island

Inner Whispers

(May 25,2008 (d day this page was born) / Philippines)

! ! ! Reckless Wild Abandon


empty building, footsteps resound
deep sigh echoes
frames of photographic moods so vivid
of a zesty bare imagination!

casual talks, moistened lips
perpetuated gentle passing touch
his kisses of morning breeze on her skin
felt, expressed with forceful intense energy
hot flashes, brought sensation of body heat!

empty cubicle, symbol of hunger
found alone time to get at each other
dragged her in, pardon their urges,
obsequiously owning each other
in reckless wild abandon!

on and on and on,
reckless wild abandon...
this gonna shock them all!

Submitted: Monday, February 18, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, September 24, 2013

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Poet's Notes about The Poem

To love...to take one's heart in one's hands...so to speak...and to offer it to the other...is both risk and reward..

Risk, for the receiver might dump it. But reward at the same time for it is in offering one's heart that we find the true essence of our being.

I have placed my heart in your hands. It is quivering and quaking. But it is beating. In time with the rhythm of life and loving. It is now fully exposed and at your mercy. You can do with it as you please. But one thing is certain: I have give it to you and to no one else.

With this thought I greet you a happy Valentine's day honey ko. I am glad i found you and that I have opened up wells of love I never knew I could tap and share with you. Thank you. I love you.

February 13,20013- an email
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