Saturday, 15 May 2010

recipe of love brews well

my tremulous dream
find you in my arms
I breath in your scent
blow into your ear.
with the touch of my fingers
your heart beat picks mine-
you turn me towards you
unrelentingly watch me trembling,
with our combined feelings.
your rigid posture gives in to me

over the years I have fined tuned
our recipe of love, even though

29 comments:

  1. This is beautiful. Secure and lovely.

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  2. Beautiful, but your twist at the end makes it sad.

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  3. You have defined love here. Thank you.

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  4. "your heartbeat picks mine"
    this is, to me, the most beautiful line!

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  5. Beautifully expressed.. loved it..

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  6. quite beautiful, I wonder why never the romantic celebration at the end.

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  7. beautifully written. thanks for sharing.

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  8. It's wonderful, Tami. Except I was hoping the last line would be different, like:

    over the years I have fined tuned
    our recipe of love, as even now
    we are celebrating
    the occasion
    by wine and sweet words


    You are so creative with your romantic writing. I tried doing that kind of a poem for this, trembling, but as far as I was concerned it was a failure. Hence the tribute.

    I am so glad to see it done, I knew it could be.
    ..

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  9. Often we celebrate a thing by being part of it.

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  10. This a touchingly beautiful piece. I am happy with the ending as it is not necessary to make a show of that love which has grown and adjusted over the years.

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  11. Wow..you made me tremble with such a delicious recipe of love, perfected through the years!

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  12. A recipe for love without the need for wine and sweet words - just beautiful!

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  13. how easily u have combined the three prompts.. effortless work Gautami..

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  14. So beautiful and touching.

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  15. this ends sad. romance is always important :)

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  16. Dee found it sad but I agree with your first post by Archna.

    There is a security in its romance that is...described succinctly here.

    Well done. Very sweet.

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  17. oh...yes to celebrate - why don\
    not some lovers get this? -
    celebrate and cherish us, me.

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  18. Very Sexy, love has this power doesn't it!!

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  19. i like to consider the years are like emeralds in disguise...

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  20. Tami, oh how hot. This is wonderful.



    Melanie

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  21. The final line is perfect: the recipe has produced something that doesn't need wine and sweet words (a lovely phrase, that) to make a gourmet meal that lasts and lasts.
    ViV

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  22. Very well versed. I too, was surprised by the last few lines. It almost seems as if this union exists in a dream. Sensual.

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  23. Gautami,

    Who needs wine or sweet words once you have that bonding?

    Take care

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