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Night gave way to dazzling dawn
the sun burst forth

The rays  blinding my sight making
me squint to watch as you leave me
yet again

Your back caught by the suns glare
a figure in yellow mist

Your love fluid still between my
thighs as you fade out of sight

I sigh as I lie back on my patio
lounge a soft breeze in the palm trees

Hoping to forget that
the passion of your love is fading

I feel  a sunbeam kiss my lips,which
had been glazed with your essence

The summer scent of floral sweetness
permeates the air

I wonder is that kiss now fused into
my DNA fired by the sun

Strange  in the haze of golden sunlight
I have one of my darkest moments

For years our friendship has grown
while our meetings become more rare

Autumn is waiting in the wings
can winter be far behind

I see fast-forward to our relationship in
reality, fading into the mist of sunrise


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Reviewed by Regis Auffray
Bittersweet sentiments draw the reader in, Eileen. Thank you. Love and peace to you,

Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
O, Eileen, this is powerful! Are you okay; I am worried about you! You are most definitely in my prayers today!

(((HUGS))) and much love, your friend in Tx., Karen Lynn. :(
Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner

Poignancy in your verse, my (((friend))), are you okay? Powerfully stirring images and verse make me feel...sad.

(((HUGS))), love and prayer, Karla. :(
Reviewed by Andy Turner (Reader)
Shucks Tiggs called me sunbeam...
AB FABO write, must be the sea breeze from yesterday.
Your poem give such delightful images..
Reviewed by Carole Mathys
Beautifully sensual on the surface, but I feel such sadness within...
love and peace, Carole
Reviewed by William Bonilla
Absolutely beautiful Eileen
Fantastic writing and wonderful imagery
A masterpiece, painted poetically.

Love & Peace
Reviewed by Tinka Boukes
A passionate offering Eileen!!

Love Tinka
Reviewed by Richard Orey
My dear Eileen,
I feel a lot of sadness in this, like you're losing it, like soon there'll be no more. But let me suggest that one of the great passions of life is not physical, alone, but a blending with emotional and spiritual.

I'm with my lover from the moment I awaken in the morning 'til lights out in the evening. And then what? We talk more. Almost every night we talk in the dark for an hour or more. Don't ask me what we have left to say after a full day and evening together. But it rarely fails.

And let me give you hope. Your lines, "Autumn is waiting in the wings, can winter be far behind" has the aroma of dread. Well, let me confess I'm in the deep winter of life and I've never been happier or had more fun or more loving in my life. Sometimes in my winter-of-life it's like Christmas morning as a little kid--can't wait to see what's under the tree.

I hope those reading your beautiful poem will know there's magic to be had. If this poem is any part autobiographical, then put your mind to work, my dear, with my old never-worn-out words: "What I focus upon becomes reality. I have the power to choose. I'm choosing fulfillment and contentment, and fun-loving times to boot. Fill me with joy right here, Lord, 'cause I ain't ready to give it up yet!"

Focus on your perfect reality. Then go for it. Surprise! Most times it turns out to be right where you are, with a new dimension.

Happy times, sweetheart.
Reviewed by Phyllis Jean Green
M a r v e l o u s !! <3
Reviewed by Ron (sketchman) Axelson
I agree with Rufuz..
Love your work Eileen...
Reviewed by Ed Matlack
Can't find anything I know in this one, but I do know it is poetic perfection, just as you do whenever you write...Ed & Rufuz (w00f)
Reviewed by Susan de Vegter
This romantic liason is perfect love. Who is he? He sure makes you shine Eileen.
Reviewed by Joyce Bowling
A passionate write my friend...enjoyed this write!
Joyce Bowling
Reviewed by Randall Barfield
at least you accept it and seem practical. interesting piece to me.
Reviewed by jude forese
a tender sense of melancholy permeates the depths of your heart ... sincerely motivated with spectacular imagery, ET ...
Reviewed by ~ Holly Harbridge (Reader)
You write with such passion Eileen. Simply love your work! Love Holly
Reviewed by Paul Berube

Sadness seems to hang with the mist. A fond memory disappears into the fog but the essence remains.
Reviewed by Dale Clark
That's a unique take fading into the sunrise.
I enjoyed it Eileen. Beautiful!
Reviewed by Larry Lounsbury
Very mystical,I hold my breathe,pondering another dawning lucid ray.
Reviewed by R Beeman
a blessing to read and a shared life lesson and life vision to endure.

Reviewed by K. Mulroney
Very soft and so erotic!
Reviewed by Joyce Devenish
Charming. Great Picture and a pleasure to read...JM
Reviewed by Ronald Hull
The bright sun does shed light on the flaws of dark passion. Nice allegory for life.

Reviewed by Debby & Gordon Rosenberg
i feel a sadness delivered softly yet it lingers as i read this one
Reviewed by George Carroll
A sweet romance comes to an end as loves eager longing fades. Nicely written as always by you bountiful pen.
Reviewed by richard cederberg
A sweet sensual muse, sugar chum. I sense a soft melancholy air permeating the lines, as if the heart is yearning for something that only the minds eye sees. I hope all is well with you!

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