Seduction By Starlight -sonnet-
The curtain’s drawn; a spangled velvet sheet
creates a welcomed shade from daylight’s heat.
As slumber blankets earth in dreams, so night’s
soft moonbeams dance in dim seductive lights.
Big eyes entice the sky, they wink to flirt;
she fingers silver buttons on his shirt
and proudly flaunts the galaxies of gems
on midnight’s hand. Bright sequins lift her hem
as stellar rays embrace the dark. She sighs
when kisses scatter over sultry skies;
a supernova bursts in rising cloud
the climax of the night … she gasps aloud!
The curtain opens slowly … not to rush
as dawn peeps out, the sky begin to blush.
Comments on this poem/writing:
|barb (188.8.131.52) -- Saturday, May 22 2004, 04:05 pm|
This is so nicely put. a Harlequin Romance. very nice cap.
|Martin Vann (184.108.40.206) -- Saturday, May 22 2004, 05:39 pm|
My, My Cap,
From where do such feelings flow, I have never known you to write this way, so beautifuly spent, the time you shared with us, when you felt this poem. Every line, laced with the tender grace, of a Ladie's Mind and and a Woman's Heart.
Cap, this is so, beautiful, a lesson released to us all, how the heart can feel and dream. Just beautiful!
|Capricorn (220.127.116.11) -- Monday, May 24 2004, 08:34 am|
Thanks Barb...thought I'd try a little romance
|Capricorn (18.104.22.168) -- Monday, May 24 2004, 08:37 am|
I wrote this a while ago and thought I'd share it with you.
Glad you liked it
|PAMELA (22.214.171.124) -- Wednesday, September 1 2004, 11:02 pm|
I think this is the most wonderful sonnet! It is so seductive and sensual, but tender and heartfelt (not particularily just lustful). I love it!
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