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Passion's Moment
by Susan K. de Vegter
Wednesday, July 26, 2006
Rated "PG13" by the Author.
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An oldie but goodie...

soft was the approach of whispers
chilling the sheets
warming again to the humidity
cloaked in the dew of prisimed sweets

reflections of raspberry drizzles
juices attending tongues
taste buds of solvent blushes
kisses in Technicolor...she comes

you there in your chair
large hands grasping the corduroy
didgets upon your chin
thinking...boy oh boy!

a woman...
upon the inside lids
her flavor
woman-woman...she lives

inside the man
the question lies
give to she and breath the smile
whisper shut before it dies

she the one
who questions him
tawdry thoughts
bawdy whims

he this man ...a storied tower
learned scholar.. with rolled sleeves
answers ..posers ... hooks all worded
usurp her challenge....feel her power.

2006 Susan Kathryn de Vegter

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Reviewed by Tinka Boukes 7/27/2006
A winner!!

Love Tinka
Reviewed by Pierre Ortega 7/27/2006
Most men yearn to feel a woman's power, to try to possess it, to take advantage of it, then in their selfishness, wish that she would relinquish it. A good man learns to cherish it, to respect it, to nurture it and to share it for he knows it will help him grow as well. I feel a very deep message here. profound writing.

Reviewed by richard cederberg 7/26/2006
OK ... I had an open vision reading this!

I kept seeing an artist flinging small glassfuls of different colors at a canvas. Afterwards the canvas somehow spoke several languages fluently and then moved upon the throngs with a rare eloquence.

Go figure ...

This was intriguing ... it is like a vision that speaks of levels of awareness and communiction that transcend the corporeal.

Very good construct dear Susan!

Richard Lloyd Cederberg
Reviewed by Ronald Hull 7/26/2006
Rosbreys do that to me, too.

Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner 7/26/2006
lucious, delightful passion in tasty verse...whew. Who needs the heat wave when I can read poetry like this? Scorching!! LOL But excellently penned. Well done, Susan!

(((HUGS))) and love, Karla.
Reviewed by E T Waldron 7/26/2006
Wozer! Hey Sis, it's hot enough in this heat wave we're in! Will read this again tonight;-) What a terrific tasty teasing treat this is!You go girl!
Reviewed by Jerry Bolton (Reader) 7/26/2006
ShaZAM!!! Pass the Kryptanite! (I know "ShaZAM" is Captian Marvel, but . . . It just seemed to work. Dynamite poetry.
Reviewed by George Carroll 7/26/2006
This kind of heat I can relate to and look forward to.
Reviewed by Peter Paton 7/26/2006

You light up the Den today with this searing offering..
As if it wasn't sizzling enough outside !
A Golden Oldie

Reviewed by F William Broome 7/26/2006
Wow! Your words should be fire insurance ! ! !

And, just WHAT is an, "oldie?"
Let's not go there! Your work keeps me young enough ! ! !

- Bill
Reviewed by Felix Perry 7/26/2006
falling down on bended knee
he bows his head to worship thee
to taste to, savour ambrosia sweet
his table her on satin sheet

Great write Susan and sorry I just had to add the above in the spirit of the moment as my passion built.

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