Shawn L. Bird

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poem-trysts July 15, 2014

Filed under: Poetry,Reading — Shawn L. Bird @ 12:45 am
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In quiet corners

obsession lingers

eyes stuck tight

while passion flames.

Wrapped in arms,

stroked, caressed,

paper thin

each moment savoured

with lingering longings

until with sighs,

the last

page is turned.

.

.

.

(Always so sad when a great book comes to an end)

 

22 Responses to “poem-trysts”

  1. Renard Moreau Says:

    [ Smiles ] Quite nice!

  2. Rajiv Says:

    Cool! This is smouldering!

  3. julie blue Says:

    It’s about a book?! I mean, of course, a great book… 😉

    • It’s about the obsession of a great book, about folks holing up in corners all over the house, each person sunk in their own imaginary world. Like my house, when everyone is reading a different book from the Outlander series, immersed in a passionate adventure.

  4. BrettsFuture Says:

    Great poem Shawn. Love a good double entendre.

  5. Anna Says:

    Great poem! I wasn’t thinking about a book. 🙂

  6. macjam47 Says:

    Love it! I hate when that last page is turned. I never want a good book to end.

    • I know the feeling, Michelle, though I confess, if it’s a really good one, after savouring a few moments, I’ll flip back to the beginning and start all over immediately! 🙂

  7. cphickey77 Says:

    you make me want to read another book right now. 🙂 great job.

  8. OH!! That was about a BOOK??? Oooohhhh….uhhm, ahh hem! Of COURSE it was about a book, I didn’t think anything otherwise!! 🙂

  9. I love this, it is so true. I always feel I need to share everything I’m feeling when I finish a book, the excitement, happiness, surprised..


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