Monday, April 5, 2010

6:30

When I dream about you, it is always summer;

Time lazes like grass stalks.



When I speak your name, it is like sucking on a good ripe plum;

It is both ordinary and sharply delicious.



When I dream about you, I always want to kiss you, and you want to, too;

Then I wake up and all day I feel sun-warmed and sleepy with desire.
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19 comments:

Mojo said...

Funny ... I have that same dream.

But I wake up feeling more foolish than warm.

Secretia said...

Sleepy with desire-that's sounds nice.

TALON said...

I love dream hangovers...

ellen abbott said...

ooo. I've had those dreams.

Daryl said...

I have had this dream

Ji said...

love the red
and
the words said!
beautiful post!

Patty said...

Never had that one. You always give me something to aspire to!

Mama Zen said...

This is lovely and sensual.

Granny Annie said...

You are so multi-talented I cannot wait to see what your project 10 offerings will be!

Scarlett said...

Beautiful...very sexy

Marion said...

A luscious, juicy poem. Awesome! Blessings!!

Gabriella Moonlight said...

Oh I do love the lusciousness of life and the amazing way you grasp that and allow us in to share it and be reminded of those we long for and are reminiscent of...you grasp this with an amazing grace dear Shay!

Love you
G

Riot Kitty said...

Neat! I want it to be summer already.

mac said...

Such a sweet dream of summer.

Sucking on a plumb is nice :-)

T said...

Short, simple, and to the point!

Perfectly written!

Hugs.

Ily said...

Beautiful! I want to feel like that all day, too. I need to dream more often!

Cloudia said...

Love it.
Sorry I haven't been visiting as often as I'd like, but I've been
having connection issues that I THINK I've solved. Thanks for YOUr
visits & comments :)

Aloha from Waikiki


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T said...

I forgot to mention, I posted the new baby on my blog. Make sure you take a look!

XOXO

Jannie Funster said...

Totally tasty!!

And guess what?? I have chosen you for a poetry award!

here...

http://www.janniefunster.com/2010/04/07/sail-a-poem-and-a-child-out-to-sea-a-poem/

xoxo