Anita Magdalena

Anita Magdalena

Wednesday, 25 August 2010

A Whisper In The Darkness


Poem By Anita Magdalena....

A Whisper In The Darkness

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A touch in the darkness
A breath a desire
A motion a craving
A burning fire
Someone is there
I feel their needing
An echo of pain
In the sound of their breathing
Watching me wanting me
Yearning my touch
I open my eyes
The pull is to much
I cannot resist you
I know this is right
As you take me away
In the dark of the night
In the wilderness I lay
Looking up to the sky
Feeling your touch
As I let out a sigh
Traveling kisses that enter within
Smooth gentle fingers
Massage me with sin
I can hold back no longer
I need to reach you
To melt you with lust
Feel what I do
The warm soft caress
From my kisses on fire
You quench my thirst
You feed my desire
I lead you on in
To the place you belong
A glide of much passion
A journey we long
In rapture we stay
For an endless time
You lay on the ground
There I make you mine
With all of my yearning
I willed you to me
Now here you lay
I knew it could be
I am the vision
That entered your mind
Yes I am real
Me you did find

28/02/2010

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38 comments:

thebeatofmydrum.com said...

Your poem made me miss my fiancé even more. We're miles apart, and your words reminded me even more how much I long for his touch.

I like when poets write erotic poetry. :)

http://thebeatofmydrum.com/2010/10/28/star-gazing/

Aquarius63 said...
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Aquarius63 said...

Thank you, much appreciated. I know exactly how you feel.

Anita.

Leo said...

A yearning so deep inside.. of two lovers so close, yet far away..

Beautiful poetry..

Aquarius63 said...

Thank you Leo, much appreciated.

Anita.

Jingle said...

heartfelt words.
beautiful word painting...
Thanks for sharing.
Glad to have you in,

Jingle said...

Happy Rally.
Your entry tickles me.
your target is participant list, scan it and let me know after you are done 18 visiting.

Aquarius63 said...

Thank you Jingle, much appreciated. I have commented on 18, but I shall be reading and commenting on some more a bit later.

Anita.

Rajlakshmi said...

thats very sensous and romantic write...
beautifull expressed.

Daniel Jay said...

What is wrong with some eroticism now and then? Nothing! Glad to see it out there and healthy. Enjoyed your poem.

dieselfromthad said...

hmm... throughly enjoyed reading this..

I will come back to do so again

.Mase Da Rula.
A Ruler's Kingdom
http://dieselfromthad.wordpress.com

thisisbrixx said...

Awww.
very passionate indeed!
I can only imagine. hahaha

HAPPY RALLY!

Oh, here's my share!
YOU

Thanks!

LOVE,
B
thisisbrixx.wordpress.com

Aquarius63 said...

Thank you Rajlakshmi, much appreciated.

Anita.

Aquarius63 said...

Thank you Daniel, much appreciated.
Nothing wrong with eroticism in art form, it should not be frowned upon, as it is a natural emotion and that is what poetry is about. :0)

Anita.

Aquarius63 said...

Thank you Diesel, much appreciated.

Anita.

Aquarius63 said...

Thank you B, much appreciated, I do believe I have read your `You` poem and commented on it as one of my 18. :0]

Anita.

Shashi said...

Dear Anita
Very sensuous and well written. You take the reader to the edge and then know how to bring him/her back..I loved your last words specially "I am the vision, that entered your mind" Perfect. Your words are subtly erotic... Enjoyed it so much.

ॐ नमः शिवाय
Om Namah Shivaya
Twitter: @VerseEveryDay
Blog: http://shadowdancingwithmind.blogspot.com

Aquarius63 said...

Thank you kindly Shashi, much appreciated.

Anita.

industrialarts said...

great piece on passion. your use of rhyme was very purposeful and well done. nice choices of language. good job!

Aquarius63 said...

Thank you kindly, much appreciated.

Anita.

wordsworthmillions said...

Very sensuous. The most erotic poem I read so far. Well written. :)

http://wordsworthmillions.wordpress.com/2010/11/06/my-religion/

Aquarius63 said...

Thank you, much appreciated.

Anita.

Jingle said...

welcome linking in a poem to our potluck today, Thanks in advance!

http://jinglepoetry.blogspot.com/2010/11/poetry-potluck-buildings-landmarks-and.html

Eric Alder said...

You should have submitted THIS ONE for One Shot Wednesday too, Anita! It's good stuff!

Aquarius63 said...

Thank you Eric. I thought you could only enter one. I shall enter my Tattoo me 1 and 2 poems next week from this blog. :0)

Anita.

David Waters said...

WOW! this is wonderful stuff. I came by to say hi and thank you for visiting my blog. I saw you had more than one, so I picked this one because I love the erotic art. You are brilliant, your poems are sultry and powerful....I'll be back:)

Aquarius63 said...

Hi David,thank you, you're comment is most appreciated. I'm pleased you enjoyed it here. Do come back. :0]

Anita.

tuberider said...

Nicely done! Really captured a sense of yearning.

Aquarius63 said...

Thank you Tuberider for your comment and for visiting.

Anita.

tolbert said...

Thank you for sharing from deep within and expressing your feelings so well.

So sorry about the losses that drove you to poetry so many years ago but I am glad you have stayed with it and so beautifully.

Aquarius63 said...

Thank you kindly Tolbert it's my pleasure. My losses were a long time ago and I learned how to let go, my poetry helped and still does help me through hard times, I will always write.

Anita.

giovannicucullo said...

Beautifully romantic!

Miranda McKennitt said...

I bow down to you
You are very good
I read all the poem
And now I got wood ;-)

Brian Miller said...

oh this is smoking...or maybe i just need to go smoke now...wait i dont smoke...smiles. very sensual...

Eric Alder said...

I'm glad you remembered to share this with One Shot... I'm sure others will find it just as arousing as I did.

Desert Rose said...

AHHH..Anita, that was so steamy,beautiful..sensually breathtaking!
love love love it..:)

Kodjo Deynoo said...

I feel their needing, an echo of pain.. very thought provoking

dustus said...

An echo of pain in the sound of their breathing... beautiful poem