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Incubus or Paramour
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Etymology: Middle English, from Late Latin, from Latin incubare
Date: 13th century
1 : an evil spirit that lies on persons in their sleep; especially : one
that has sexual intercourse with women while they are sleeping


At twlights threshold, did she hover
Relaxed and drowsey, under cover
Thoughts serene, and free from haze
Upon her rest, did mischief blaze

A visitant came uninvited......
With passions burning and excited
She felt a presence, in her bed
Where by desires she was led

Her heart was beating thru her chest
As hands and mouth, devoured breast
Her legs were parted, in the dark
As penetration split the mark

Tender words, did she now hear
As passions quelled potential fears
With kisses rained upon her lips
He blazed his path, with fingertips

Touched as tho, this was before
And yet innate, as virgin core
She trembled by his pleasures found
And matched each thrust....without sound

By cosmic threads they shared one mind
With thoughts and bodies intertwined
In twlight shadows did they reach
Love's sanctuary....dreamers seek

Lady A
April 18,2003

~~~~~~JUST A FANTASY POEM~~~~~~~

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Reviewed by Sheila Roy 2/14/2009
The tone of this is romantic and sensual, as if she welcomes this invisible stranger. It's a white contrast to the truth of such a black, and horrifying experience. The truth is a feeling of violation, much like rape. Unfortunately, I have some insight on this topic. I like your version of the legend better! Love and Hugs,
Reviewed by Andre Bendavi ben-YEHU 5/7/2003
Adulterer and paramour that is what it could be,
once the author refers to thirteenth century.
In those days one could buy all kind of privileges from "The Roman See".
So the priests developed a tale to justify adultery when practiced by the Rich.
"Incubus, and Sucubus", the female for incubus became the nightmare players, while the adulteresses and adulteres enjoyed their love affairs.

This poem "Incubus or Paramour" is a masterpiece by all standards.

I have enjoyed reading and digesting "Incubus or Paramour".

I congratulate the Author of "Incubus or Paramour".

Andre Emmanuel Bendavi ben-YEHU
Reviewed by Mari Laureano (Reader) 4/27/2003
mmhot..erotic...yes, I agree, hands are nice..LOL

Reviewed by Elizabeth Taylor (Reader) 4/26/2003
Wow. Don't know HOW I missed this. It is sensual and sweet too. Bravo.
Reviewed by Ron (sketchman) Axelson 4/26/2003
All I can say is excellent writing Lady A
Reviewed by Dale Clark 4/26/2003
Lady A-Great poem and a sensual fantasy indeed! BTW I'm a fan of your work also you know. ;-)
Hugs-Dale (CJ)
Reviewed by T. Emilie Dybevik (Reader) 4/23/2003
I enjoyed this deeply :) Very well fantasized! Teresa

P.S. This one deserves a BIG FAT *high 5*
Reviewed by Sherrie Rose (Reader) 4/22/2003
Awesome writing, Anita. You are fantastic. I love a fantasy poem!
Reviewed by Jay G 4/19/2003
Yes...very mystical and sensual...very interesting. (And as they might have said..."Blame it on the Incubus")
Reviewed by jude forese 4/19/2003
outstanding presentation of a deeply desirable fantasy that has its roots in reality...
Reviewed by Oisín Breen 4/19/2003
a lot of thought in this m'lady?
Reviewed by Retta (Reindeer) Mckenzie 4/19/2003
Wow..This was so excellent! I loved this one!

Reviewed by La Belle Rouge (Reader) 4/19/2003
Outstanding, so mystical and sensual.
Reviewed by Andy Turner (Reader) 4/19/2003
OMG I'm damned for all time...
Reviewed by Micha Julian 4/19/2003
oh, so beautiful, so sensual, arousing...and oh, I'd pick 'paramour'...I, Oh, your words are too Romantic, too, well..sigh, sigh, sighing, ahhhhh... to be Incubus...and Oh, Lady A., such beautiful phrasing of fantasy, desire and ah, all! ++++++++++
what a dream, could it be real, oh, would that it could, and one could smile within, no Icubus...I hope, LOL...
You are Most Interesting
Reviewed by Tony Nerone 4/19/2003
Dear Anita, how fantastic a writing this is. Did I ever tell you of an apartment i lived in that was haunted by a woman of suicide. If not I will write of Eve Baker.

God Bless You & your loved ones, honey.

Love yf
Reviewed by Christine Morell 4/19/2003
Another wow!
You're good at this. I love it.. Excellent.
Reviewed by Jill Eisnaugle 4/19/2003
Beautifully sweet verse. Great job. Happy Easter.....
Reviewed by na na (Reader) 4/19/2003
Wow Lady A., the Spirits were mingling with the flesh in this poem. And evil or not, they seem to have been thoroughly enjoyed. Excellent poetry. Bill
Reviewed by Joel Raja Kumar J 4/19/2003
LOvely my friend, the sweet verse make up for any deficit in the picture and there is none!

Love from India - Joel -
Reviewed by ya mama (Reader) 4/19/2003
has someone been sleeping well? nice poem

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