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Sweet Stranger
by Susan K. de Vegter
Wednesday, March 08, 2006
Rated "PG" by the Author.
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Tell me sweet stranger ,would you hold her first
Embrace her chin in a caress
Run your fingers to her throat
Then tell me would you pull her
Closer to your chest
Would you caress her bare shoulders
Put all passions to this test
Then tell me would you waltz her
Carefully to your bed
Lay your hand to her back
Palm her silken head
Then take her eyes in carefully
Engulf her winsome moves
Make a bed for all night loving
Cut a fevered mattress groove
Then tell me when can I be
Just where she is now
And why am I here waiting
With my hand above me brow
Oh love of shadows midnight
Oh man of no real name
Tell me why I still wait
When I'm tired and all the same
Sweet man of night dream's mystery
Why make me wait the more
Come fearless Knight of Passion
These achings beg, implore
Whomever you are, Destiny?
Whenever my smile comes
The real in dreams of testimony
Will make me come undone.

©Copyright 2006  



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Reviewed by Ronald Hull 3/9/2006
Now that's pure passion with a mystery twist!

Ron
Reviewed by Tinka Boukes 3/9/2006
Absolutely great!!

Lol To Felix!!

Love Tinka
Reviewed by Kenny Baez 3/9/2006
i just watched a film called Serendipity and there was a man advised about soulmates, that Destiny and fate are all very well, but you gotta do the real work. I thought it was a sign of maturity in the character. Go to work, Susan, and make it happen, whoever the Knight may be.... but hey, I'm the hermit in the forest, what do I know? :-))

k
Reviewed by . ignis 3/8/2006
Mysteries aren't always what they've become by choice. Existence outside of the scope of perception of most with one foot in other realms and the other still anchored in this place and time is what it obviously leads to, which may be clear even to those who do not share a similar fate. Destiny may have become less enigmatic, though still lightyears beyond their wit. Mysteries' path through space and time tend to remove them further away from where they once were, only to be unraveled by those who follow similar paths. Their destiny may not yet be entirely clear, but the direction in which they must travel is.

RAge
Reviewed by Regis Auffray 3/8/2006
Nicely done indeed, Susan. Thank you for sharing this offering. Love and peace,

Regis
Reviewed by Suzie Palmer 3/8/2006
Dear Susan
This is thoroughly great! I love "Oh man of no real name"
and "Sweet man of night dream's mystery"
"Whomever you are, Destiny?" Fantastic!
I guess we're left to celebrate the mystery!
Love & kinship Suzie ;-)
Reviewed by Peter Paton 3/8/2006
Lols, at Felix's comments below....:)
You light up the Den tonite with this impassioned and feverish plea
Reminded me of Ole Blue Eyes , Strangers in the Night....
Peter
Reviewed by Felix Perry 3/8/2006
Oh Susan this is hot and if you are looking for a stranger just pretend I didn't tell you my name and I'm yours for a poem. LOL good write.

Felix
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