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Naked Night in the Tropics
by Mary Deal

Tuesday, October 08, 2002
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This poem was published in the Introduction of my novel, "The Tropics."

Moonlight glistens on the frosted jalousies
making them seem like bars on the windows,
but horizontal and scintillating,
very freeing,
as tradewinds waft into the room
and billow the curtains.
I breathe in response,
hear the rhythm of the surf,
and lay spread eagle, uncovered,
falling asleep knowing moonlight
will slow dance across my bed,
washing over my naked body,
with its rhythm as the moon shifts
in the sky
from one window to another
projecting a square of radiance
that distorts and elongates
as the reflection slips
around the room
which becomes lighter with the rising sun;
moonlight awash with sunlight merging,
when Iíll wake and rise and walk into the glowing
and stretch in a bath of light.†

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Reviewed by un ted 12/25/2014
visual and seductive, now i want to visit that place for myself! Thank you.
Reviewed by Dark Knight 9/29/2012
very nice
Reviewed by Richard Nedervelt (Reader) 12/1/2011
Aloha, Mary. It was wonderful chatting with you and Ronald today. It was such a wonderful experience and I appreciate everything you both had to share. I just read this poem and found it breathtaking with all of its many many layers. Whether from a sensual interpretation or an awakening, or even as a passing poem, this poem reveals so much so wonderfully. Thanks and keep up the words. :-) Richard
Reviewed by John Domino 12/21/2009
Nicely done. One can visualize a wonderful night in the tropics.
Florida is not too bad either. However I have been to The Islands a few times and it is special. Where does one go to have this vision?
Reviewed by Sandi Schraut 7/22/2008
I feel awsh in discriptive detail, wonderful!!!!! Sandi
Reviewed by Lois Christensen 6/6/2008
Hearing the surf, lying near the ocean, a dream of mine forever. You painted a lovely scene and a beautiful night into morning.
Reviewed by OnepoetGem *the Poetic Rapper 5/5/2008
love your verse Mary, it is sexy, sensual and heart throbbing
Reviewed by Dark Knight 6/5/2007
the images in the poem painted pictures on my mind-well done!
Reviewed by Bill Grimes Jr. 2/26/2007
"stretch in a bath of light"

Very beautiful work Mary!

Peace,

Bill
Reviewed by J.L. Day 1/9/2007
Perfectly tantalizing, suprisingly mesmerizing, definately appetizing. I adored this piece!
Reviewed by Bhakta Giri 11/28/2006
A sensual one and i like it. Good blend of metaphors of similies. Thanx for sharing.
Bhakta
Reviewed by Ashraf Goreja (Reader) 9/17/2003
Most beautiful poem. Well worded and excellent write.

Greetings.

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Reviewed by The Gentle Man 8/26/2003
a very tender and sensual poem....very well done!
Reviewed by Jim McClellan 5/31/2003
celestial. at one with the night, garbless and taking it in. wonderful write!

Mac =)
Reviewed by Austin Akalanze 4/20/2003
sort of sensual. got me ...!
Reviewed by Ronald Dondiego 4/4/2003
Oh, this was really beautiful - sensual and mysterious. Ron
Reviewed by Jerry Andrews 2/22/2003
Hi- Mary- I've spent some time in Brazil and Fiji and other such places and you capture
the sensual feel and cool, cool luxury of that sweet slumber very well indeed. I enjoyed it. When you have time read my Long Gone Love and Old Souls. You'll like them. I'll be reading you. Jerry
Reviewed by Maria Cristina Azcona 1/13/2003
There are two things I love:
soulful poetry and rhythmic poetry.
Both are here.
Reviewed by Anwer Sher (Reader) 1/3/2003
awesome in a simple word
Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado 10/8/2002
very good write!!



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