Kelly Seale

Rookie (12-17-1958 / Norfolk, Va. USA)

'Saxaphone Eyes' - Poem by Kelly Seale

If I listen carefully to the music,
I can hear her sultry voice.
The sound of which, opens up my senses-
Her sexiness oozes from my pores,
awakening feelings deep down inside.
Feelings you'd thought you never had-
Decadent.
Starving.
Impossible to hide.
I hunger for more-

Then, I look into your eyes-
And my breath is taken away.
For it is then that I realize,
what the singer is trying to say.
And the sexy sound of the saxaphone,
takes on a new meaning when I look at you-
For your smile and bedroom eyes,
they are making music too.
The melody has me bewitched somehow,
hypnotized and mesmerized-
As the sultry singer whispers in her song-
'Come on baby, don't stop now...'

Then the tempo, and the beat of the music
becomes louder, inside my head.
My heartbeat quickens,
my face turning crimson red.
Your eyes blink an innocence,
they devour me with your stare.
The sexy saxaphone plays on,
and the sultry singer warns-
'Lovers, beware.'


Poet's Notes about The Poem

- I was talking to some friends the other night, gender mixed to proportion, while enjoying a few adult beverages, and the conversation drifted, as it almost always does, to sex. The question arose; 'What are the two sexiest things that you can think of? '
Well, the answers were varied, yet predictable. Most delt with the female and male anatomy, or various stages of undress.
I was the last to answer, to which I replied-

'The two sexiest things in the world are the sound of a saxaphone, and looking deep into someone's eyes.' Damn!

Comments about 'Saxaphone Eyes' by Kelly Seale

  • Kelly Seale (11/6/2012 7:41:00 AM)

    Thank you Rachel, yes... it's in my blood... Romance...Dances, just beyond the firelight...in the corner of your eyes. RJW.; -)
    -Kelly.
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  • Kelly Seale (8/30/2012 6:07:00 PM)

    (Smiles) Penny, brown Penny, I knew you were into music, and that this would affect you the way it affected me when I wrote it... You have the passion and talent of a musician! Thank youfor reading, and such kind words! ; -)
    -Kelly.
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  • Meena Mustafa (8/2/2012 8:00:00 PM)

    Wow! a very beautiful and a descriptive write... Just loved reading these lines :) tyvm
    And the sexy sound of the saxaphone,
    takes on a new meaning when I look at you-
    For your smile and bedroom eyes,
    they are making music too
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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, July 31, 2012

Poem Edited: Tuesday, July 31, 2012


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