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Let's Make Love Tonight

Rating: 4.8

Let's make love tonight
Until our bodies will transcend their shapes
To become one single corpse.
Let's make this love to be tonight
Our eternal emotion of dreams
And not just a fleeting dream.
And if we accomplish
Our abyss inside,
We will be like two butterflies
Released from their cocoons

And we will awake
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Castellenas John 04 April 2019

A amazing poem. You made the reader believe every word. Thank you Marieta for sharing the amazing poetry.

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Fog Runner 15 February 2016

Your poem's title is as nude as rainwater, and the lines that follow offer evidence that your conceptual expectations are bursting with transformative fertility.

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E.j. Langley 06 December 2015

I like this poem, it has a dark undertone that I can appreciate. To become one single corpse is a great line and image.

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Whisperkwane Lamb 11 February 2010

love making so free so full of all that one is...passion...blowing forward...sideways...up..down..stop! ...is not a command...hands move about...knowning not where...what a dare...how care-free is that...you have woke in me...my dreams...dreamt.

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John Knight 29 December 2009

Hi Mari - This is beautiful - so gentle and yet so emotive - this is how cerebral (dream) love really works. 'One eternal emotion of dream' a beautiful 'coming together' of lovers - separated by distance but locked together in passion.. Thank you for sharing your thoughts in such an elegant way. It scores a MAX with me! Love you in poetry - JOHN X

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So much passion in so few words... Wow....

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Nivedita Bagchi SPC UK 29 November 2009

‘…were we will subsist for being eternal..’ Splendid ‘touch-down’ in the fathomless chasm of entirety and eternity… Ten Ms. Nivedita UK Cordially invite to my page with your graceful comments and criticism too welcomed… [Why hack my she &c] niv

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moribund love 04 November 2009

what happens while the act! nicely penned! 10

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Marieta Maglas 03 November 2009

From: Dick Badian (Netherlands ;) To: Marieta Maglas Date Time: 11/2/2009 6: 52: 00 PM (GMT -6: 00) Subject: Re: forever yours hello Marietta. I promise i will get deeper in your work. I sniffed arround.saw some beautifull pieces.so as soon as i can find more time I will dive into your thoughts. kind regards stuiterdick

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Margaret Donaghy 30 October 2009

I procrastinate such harsh realities

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