Kristin Nicole RothDavis

Rookie (August 28,1976 / Southern Oklahoma... )

Carnal Dreams - Poem by Kristin Nicole RothDavis

Embraced in these carnal dreams, we indulge,
instantly we become rather alert.
So alive in this world of deep tantra,
yet, we find ourselves wanting to believe.
Creating a daring place to endure,
temptations allow ourselves to embrace.

Artistically we desire to embrace,
feeling other spirits, tempts us to indulge.
Through consistent times of tests we endure,
arousing sensations brings forth alert.
Silent orchestra hopes you will believe,
the essence of time enhances tantra.

Relinquish old times and accept tantra,
when witnessed these dreams, you're bound to embrace.
Stealth and forbearance makes all souls believe,
lavishly living life known as tantra,
Erotic impulses make one alert,
cautionary, we often still indulge.

Until lessons are learned we will endure,
remembering the intricate tantra.
Profoundly accepting a new alert,
intimately longing to be embraced.
We may trip and stumble as we indulge,
maintaining a strong balance we believe.

Life's complexities lead most to believe,
mirrors will reflect our souls to endure.
Tests of faith will bring knowledge of carnal,
repeated challenges enhance tantra.
Giving reasons to stormily indulge,
peacefully reserving instant alert.

Insuring us of long over due alert,
our actions will help others to believe.
Spirit to spirit, in warmth we indulge,
consuming energies helps to endure.
The lessons of life provided, tantra,
exploiting paths we unite in carnal.

Achieved alerts empowers to endure,
reasons to believe solely in tantra.
Allowing trusted embrace to indulge


Comments about Carnal Dreams by Kristin Nicole RothDavis

  • (11/14/2007 9:32:00 PM)


    The repetition of the end line words gives authority to this fascinating poem about love and tantric desire. I read it first without recognizing its sestina form and then a couple more times watching the pattern drive its creative engine. You have inspired me Kristin. I might even have a go myself. Great poem. Great subject. Skillful use of the Sestina form. love, Allie xxxx (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, November 4, 2007

Poem Edited: Friday, April 22, 2011


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