Shone like diamonds
That streamed your face
In silver lines
They were balm
Hot and heavy
Salty and yet so wet
Just like you
An ambrosia of
And your arousal
In a kiss yielded
From your lips
Tonight at dVerse Dee (whimsygizmo) asks us to kiss off a quadrille, a poem of exactly 44 words, not including the title, and use some form of the word kiss.
dVerse ~Poets Pub | Quadrille #73
A kiss to take one’s breath away!
That it is. Thanks.
Oh, I can see those tears. Wonderful, Raivenne.
You know, as a youngster, I often wept during and after sex, out of sheer gratitude.
True gratitude is powerful. Thanks.
sensory saturation. not easy to capture ❤
You are welcome!
Kisses and tears, both balm and elixir, pleasure and pain, beautifully conveyed in your quadrille.
Wonderfully sensual! ❤️❤️
It must be just my laptop computer because no one else has mentioned it….but on my laptop screen, the dVerse square/logo covers up the first words of the last nine lines 😦 I’m going to click on it and see if I can move it or get rid of it….I would really love to read all the words.
Nope….I can’t move it. It looks like a Pinterest?
Thanks Lillian. I have no idea why it looked so off for you. I’ve reformatted it. I hope this works better.
Oh yes, breathtaking and memorable Raivenne!
This is a wonderful kiss… sounds like a soothing gift
I liked your description of tears as silver lines.