The Intruder The Sunday Whirl #216

See me here with the moon
no less memorable than repeated time itself.
When I can feel my senses;
I am the lines, the words and the mirrors.

This is where you smile
beautiful and thoroughly flushed
listening to the night’s colors.
This is what you wear and
the rest is silence.

Morning — the sun,
the silhouettes and
a heart to birth the shore.

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12 responses to “The Intruder The Sunday Whirl #216

  1. How beautiful and sensual is “This is where you smile beautiful and thoroughly flushed listening to the night’s colors. I loved it.

  2. That opening line feels like such a declaration – strong, glowing…awake and alive…a beautiful poem that is wonderful to intrude upon…or share perhaps? Good to read your work again Pamela..hoping you are well

  3. This is where you smile
    beautiful and thoroughly flushed
    listening to the night’s colors.

    It is a nice feeling when things seem to be ready for take-off. Being together ‘thoroughly flushed’ waiting for the cue. It gives a sense of fulfillment, How nice, Pamelita! And how have you been Ma’am?

    Hank

  4. …and the rest is silence.
    This is a beautiful poem, Pamela.

  5. Yes I agree – a beautiful sensual poem – I am flushed 🙂

  6. Really lovely writing, Pamela. I understand the moon to be the intruder. (?) If so, a wonderful intrusion! “I am the lines, the words, and the mirrors.” — what a lovely sentence.

  7. the last ember eye

    Gorgeous.

  8. Wonderful writing, Pamela. Reads like a soft cherished memory. Gorgeous imagery,

    Elizabeth
    https://soulsmusic.wordpress.com/2015/09/13/invitation-to-the-dance/

  9. Very nice, very serene, passionate. I enjoyed your words.

  10. “A heart to birth the shore”. So peaceful and calming.

I appreciate all comments.

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