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A Dance With the Devil
by Susan K. de Vegter

Tuesday, May 23, 2006
Rated "PG" by the Author.
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The first of passions with a faceless memory and the youthful lessons of a nubile girl.

~*SKdeV*~




Midnight's dark moon aflow on the waves
Innocence calling- "try to behave"
Silhouettes bond on beaches’ white sands
Walking embraced... hands gripping hands
Thoughts all together, a sameness festooned
Hearts raw and beating under this moon
Louder the silence of midnight forsakes
Two lover's passion... pushing their brakes
Each step of innocence comes a new dare
Caressing this mystery and pleasuring cares
Reaching for something , risking their ruin
Touching the rhythm of their own wrong-doing
Collapsing on sand dunes...legs weaving slow
Bathed in the moonlight's phosphorous glow
Body's heaving with each rushing wave
It's too late now as nothing behaves
Moisture is beading as energies fly
Arching to arches...moans meeting sighs
Thunderous lightening with no storm in sight
Dancing with the devil in the pale moonlight.

Copyright © 2006


 

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Reviewed by Jennifer Croy 6/6/2006
An excellent poem well written from you. I found it truly inspired by you. Keep up the good work! Jen
Reviewed by Ronald Hull 5/26/2006
That's life--that's what all the people say. The devil made me do it? No Way!

Ron
Reviewed by George Carroll 5/24/2006
And thus abortion was born.
Reviewed by F William Broome 5/24/2006
You do like to stir things up... ad down... the beach, and all over the place! Don't bring that feller to the mountain; you and he would be arrested for lewdness, whateverthehelll that is. Good writing, talented lady. Proud of you. - Bill
Reviewed by Huda Orfali 5/24/2006
Powerful images and great write
thanks for sharing
love and peace
Reviewed by Sandie Angel 5/23/2006
Great imageries and feelings. Passions well-told!

Sandie May Angel a.k.a. Sandie Angel :o)
Reviewed by Suzie Palmer 5/23/2006
Well told and written dear Susan!
A wonderful dance in itself.
Thank you for sharing something we all share.
Love, Suzie :-D
Reviewed by E T Waldron 5/23/2006
Agree with Jerry, sounds like fun, but we know the consequence if we ever do, when you read Jay's poem!Great write Susan! Love the art!;-)

eT
Reviewed by Jerry Bolton (Reader) 5/23/2006
Haha!!! Gotta love it. Yep, have more fun dancing with the devil than the parson down the road. Well, on second thought . . . Another juicy one.
Reviewed by - - - - - TRASK 5/23/2006
Great Write On -Scary Photo...

TRASK
Reviewed by A PAX 5/23/2006
Susan
There are so many lines here and phrasing that just blew me away, you are very gifted and have a fantastic way with words
this is a keeper
the passion is so picturesque, I want to blush ;)
pax A
Reviewed by Peter Paton 5/23/2006
Susan..
My mum always told me, he or she who dances with the devil, pays the piper's tune....
When we live on the edge, we are likely to fall over the abyss..
Blessed Be
Peter
Reviewed by Sage Sweetwater 5/23/2006
The white cape of celibacy knows no need. The red cape seduces the balefire where the horn and y conjoin in cutting the brake lines and the fluid spills in the Devil's moonlight! My toe has been on that line in the sand, Susan!

Sage
Reviewed by Felix Perry 5/23/2006
Ahh but what a delicious and warm embracing dance he offers, and what a fool we are to waste youth on the young who can't fully appreciate all of the steps. Your images were so clear felt like I was sitting in the dunes watching their movements in the night.


Felix



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