Memories Poem by lily peace lago every by to ph

Memories

Rating: 5.0
 


Grey hair and wrinkled eyes
with tottering voice
walking with the stick
the young memories
guiding me around...

Your smile of that day
when piercing the nose
glittering diamond ring
sitting pretty well below the shiny eyes
your shallow blush
calling me to kiss
where my nerves melting in you
the queen`s moonlit face in my hands
are the memories guiding me to live...

Cuddling you in the back
where the fingers rhythm on you
playing the soft melodies
and the bellowing hisses we made
when the erected reddish bud and milky waist
and the state of lips locked as statue we are
your phobe looks
are the guiding force in me
and the memories are always around...

Hottest air and the fragrance of you
coin down over the warmth navel
swimming in the wet
over the creaching quilt
your reddish shy
pouring thunders of love
are the memoirs of lief...

Behind me your showering love
and walking with me
you are the guiding force for me
ever to live.....

COMMENTS OF THE POEM
Vijay Menon 21 September 2009

a very nice poem indeed 10+++

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Nivedita Bagchi SPC UK 28 October 2009

‘your shallow blush calling me to kiss where my nerves melting in you the queen`s moonlit face in my hands are the memories guiding me to live...’ Romance never dies with calendar age but…well poet you know better. LOL Ten+ Ms. Nivedita UK Invite you to read and comment: LINGERIE- IG [new post.] Enigmatic Navel or other poems niv

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Raj Nandy 26 October 2009

A VERY WELL CRAFTED POEM! 10! -Raj

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Pandian Angelina 04 October 2009

Memories are what will remain so let us learn to make wonderful moments. A nice poem, sad but tinged with love.

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A beautiful poem on memories with glorious imagery woven in and out of the poem to wet the senses of the reader. This piece is sublime and will linger with me for quite a while.....10 love Karin

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Lady Grace 29 September 2009

memories...it can't be erased..nicely expresses..

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