Thursday, April 17, 2014

Love



The French call it a reverie… It’s not quite desire nor even a dream. By intensity it surpasses either one of them, by sensuality it’s beyond both of them together. It exists in a region in between them. There, in that onirique nonplace we exist; in a kingdom made by the two of us, only for the two of us…



It’s not my purpose to dominate your feminine figure, I want to adore it in lust. I need not to control your mind, I need to set it free. I never wish to change you nor touch the shape of your heart; all I want is to reach beyond those crusts of past aches and sorrows, only to remove them into oblivion, to transform those mists into invisibility of existence.



In those eyes of blue I find my freedom. That breath of yours is my identification. Deep in your juices I reach for my origin. You see, oh my so sweet candy, I have the place only for you… it’s situated in the endless void of my soul and there you can roam free – to chase me and hunt me only too well… so that you can be the very basic part of me ;)

11 comments:

  1. to whomever you dedicated this piece I hope she reads it! every word of it goes under the skin!

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    1. Marina, beauty of all women deserves most delightful compliments; however words ought to send things in motion:)
      But one has to understand women in order to do so, doesn't he ;)

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    2. looks like you found the answer to the "eternal man's question" - what do women want?) and yes, you're right- words should be followed by actions or at least set things in motion!

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    3. Well Marina... I did my bid for king and country, so I learned a thing or two ;)

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  2. Reminds me so much of this:
    "Old hurts that had been covered over and neglected through the years came screaming to the surface --
    Recognizing a healer in their midst.

    Our words, like scalpels, taking care to only cut away those dis-eased parts of us.
    Two friends, bent on mending --
    Two broken-hearted heartbreakers reaching out to soothe."

    I suppose we do need others...

    I hear myself in much of your writing. Thanks for the recommendation, Dejan. I enjoy your expression in the world. :]

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  3. I ran across a book a few weeks ago that I felt came close to expressing this sort of Love:
    "The Tao of Relationships: The Balancing of Man and Woman" by Ray Grigg -- deep, but profound.

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    1. Too early in the morning for words, instead I'll kiss them out:*

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  4. That'll be interesting to interpret... :) May your weekend be merry!

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    1. I sure hope that your weekend was merry:)

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