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Peridot Eyes Part 4
by La Belle Rouge Poetess Of The Heart

Saturday, October 06, 2012
Rated "PG13" by the Author.
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Peridot Eyes Part 4
By La Belle Rouge


Her cottage was furnished with antiques rare
imported from England, Scotland and France
She led him silently to her bedchamber where
scent of perfume was powerful to entrance
Heavy curtains and covers were brocade red
Portraits of beautiful women hung on the wall
In the center of the room a four-poster bed
Stirred his loins like a fire with its sensual call
He reached for her hand but she pulled away
and invited him to sit on the edge of her bed
“We have all night before the dawning of day”
He watched firelight play in her hair of red
“Ask questions now and never ask them again
no more questions after you touch my skin”


“Very well, My Lady, I shall play your little game
Who are these women staring down from the wall
Strangely they all seem to look almost the same
Very much like you, red-haired, curvaceous, tall
Each one has same mysterious eyes of peridot
a bow mouth drawn up in fetching, cryptic smile
“Oh, they are just deceased relatives, you know
Many have been departed for quite a long while”
“What of the sailing ship you wear in your hat
a curiosity, does your lost sailor have a name?”
“ Tis not for any lost seaman I always wear that
it’s to remind me of home from whence I came
Do you have more questions that burn your soul?
If not turn back the bed for the night is cold”

10/6/2012 La Belle Rouge


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Reviewed by TONY NERONE 10/16/2012
Those beautiful Emerald eyes shine right through this excellent chapter of erotic bliss. A romantic piece highlighted by your pen............GOD BLESS YOU and YOURS.........Tony
Reviewed by Jon Willey 10/14/2012
his reach for a "woman with razor blades and dice in her eyes (peridot), just a touch of sadness in her fingers and thunder and lightning in her thighs" will be his undoing - Belle, surely this will be the unquestioned winner of the Felix halloween challenge - I wish you love and peace my dear friend - Jon Michael
Reviewed by Ronald Hull 10/7/2012
I feel transported back to another century. I am also intrigued by the word “entrance.” Both meanings apply. This looks to be an epic poem fit for a book. But then, that is probably your intent all along it

Ron
Reviewed by Mary Ann Biddinger 10/7/2012
Lady La Belle ~
Tantalizing touch of Red. Wonderfully enchanting !!

Lady Mary Ann
Reviewed by Lily of Lough Neagh C. Dennis-Woosley 10/7/2012
Hmmm I am thinking this is perhaps a Succubus
but not one who came to the man while he slept
but has carried on this eerily act for many
ages! Keep going!

I am loving this :)

Love and Light
Lily
Reviewed by Vivian Dawson 10/6/2012
Oh! My! *La Belle*
intriging mystery
is such a gift
possessed by You

Lady Vivian
Reviewed by Budd Nelson 10/6/2012
ahhh waiting for number five and more
budd
Reviewed by Morgan Merriweather 10/6/2012
I was patient waiting for the other posts, now I just can't wait, I want to turn the page like he will with that bed. Oh and that bed Belle, just wicked....i've been seduced right into these poems.
Reviewed by D. Vaineo 10/6/2012
I guess you are on a roll, Belle...also You like to
hold on to the suspense as long as you can...Can't Wait!

Deborah
Reviewed by Darrell and Kathy Adams 10/6/2012
Oh, how I love being strung along for a nice tale. You are keeping my interest! Be well, Kathy
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