Through new eyes I see you
Enigma of my dreams
Nearer to me than ever
Drawing me in further
Entranced it seems
Revealed in touch anew
Intensity impossible to capture in words
Silken kisses, satin skin, velvet hardness
This is how you beguile me again
Held in your strong arms
Essence and ecstasy suffuse my core
Now in the crucible of our joining
Iridescent desire paints my mind
Glazing us in heat and hunger
He is my heart’s hunter
Tenderly tearing me apart
24 August 2015
Definition of Acrostic form sourced from: Shadow Poetry:
“Acrostic Poetry is where the first letter of each line spells a word, usually using the same words as in the title.”
Friday Fictioneers prompt for 03 September 2014.
What is Friday Fictioneers? Rochelle presents a challenge to write a one hundred word story that has a beginning, middle and end, based upon a picture that she provides on her blog.
Here is today’s picture prompt (below).
Copyright Rochelle Wisikoff- Fields
Ashes of Love
Word Count: 100
Genre: Story in Rhyme
Shower of sparks, like a fountain of fireflies.
Flaring like a rocket and the stars in your eyes
Summer comes and it goes, more quickly each year
My heart so abused, grows colder. Forever I fear
The sparks dissipate into the velvet of night
The stars wink out in the black hole of a fight
I’m left chaffing my hands over coals to try and keep warm
Drawing the tatters of my heart close to keep it from harm
Love professed, once again is mocked and disgraced
“Just so you know, you’ve already been replaced”.
3 September 2014