There Poem by jerry hughes

jerry hughes

a citizen of the world

There

 


In my minds-eye I conjure you
as would an enchanter, playing
to a crowd of one.

I will your nakedness to see
your curvatures ebb and flow.
To trace so lightly the shape
and size of you.

And there, within the shadow
of your hips, there, below the
down that entices the vee -
the explosion of your being.

COMMENTS OF THE POEM
Susan Lacovara 28 August 2014

Thank you for steering me to your delicious write. Sometimes, THERE the only place we truly long to be. I invite you to stroll around more of my poems, as I will, yours. PEACE, my friend.

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Kasia Fedyk 06 July 2012

Jerry, it is a beautiful poem, I love it!

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Marieta Maglas 18 June 2010

wonderful symbolistic poem, lovely to read

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Alison Cassidy 05 May 2007

And this enchantment of the imagination is why I packed my bags and took you by the hand. A romantic, sensual piece with a 'happily ever after' ending. love, Allie xxxx

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Frank Cannon 09 April 2007

The minds-eye is the spyglass of the libido and your figurative sorcery is enchantment of the imagination indeed.

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