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I'd Rather Ride The Wind
by A PAX

Thursday, June 10, 2004
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A breath of wind from the wings of madness. Charles Baudelaire

Oh wings of molten menaced gold,
With kiss of scorching rays
Caress me not, please leave me cold
Your passions make me sway!
It is another that I crave,
Another that I need
Your kisses mark my future grave
Forsake me now with speed!
I ache within for one untrue
Yet still he holds my soul
He comes and goes without a clue
His touch is without hold
I am seduced, by first caress
I close my eyes and sigh
I crave his touch, I crave his press

You lick and tease my skin
But it's another I desire
I'd rather ride the wind!!!


Muu Haaa Haaa







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Reviewed by C. McGovern-Bowen 6/7/2011
Vividly engaging, AP!
Best Wishes,
Reviewed by Mark Mahoney 6/23/2004
I'd rather ride the wind......i love the way those words just leap out at me and after reading this i can see why, a truly amazing write Anita, just when i think i'm more than impressed you take that away and leave me speechless and searching for the right words to describe reading something that if i wrote it i'd be over the moon...hope this makes some semblence of sense in a nut shell, its as strong as the light in Gotham city...take care...Mark xx
Reviewed by Jack Roberts 6/22/2004
You my friend Amaze me!! Beautiful!!!

Reviewed by Mary Quire 6/20/2004
I love your imagery here. Very well done.

Reviewed by Katy Walsvik 6/13/2004
Oh, Oh, Oh... I felt so excited, wordless to express myself reading this. It's just so damned unique and clever, yet so immediately referenced by fantasy. This is a piece that rolls around in the head but refuses to come together... You've glued it and brought it to its wonderfulness. You are just so impressive, poetically... you transport! katy xox.
Reviewed by Anna Marie Fritz (Reader) 6/12/2004
I love this one...and the graphic is an awesome
Bristlecone pine of which I have painted plenty of in
my years as an "artist."

Good show, gal!!!
Reviewed by A Serviceable Villain 6/12/2004
A grand and wonderful poem ... thanks for this one!
Reviewed by Regis Auffray 6/12/2004
I love the wind. I love what you have done here. Thank you for this offering, Anita. Love and peace to you. Regis
Reviewed by Thomas Lanechanger 6/11/2004
Poet, when you ride the wind, there is no stopping your remarkable gifts!!! Outstanding poetry!!!…Thank you for everything!!!…Best wishes to you and yours!!!…Keep The Faith.
Reviewed by Ann Piatt 6/11/2004
LOVE THIS! What great images you capture with this piece...ride the wind...yeah, i like that concept!
Reviewed by Kate Burnside 6/11/2004
Hey, hot lips!! We'd better all stand back for fear of being burned, you Mae WestWind, you!! Sizzling, scintillating and one to both stimulate and soothe the senses and sensuality! Seems you're in for a Hurricane, Lady, and Bob Dylan will be getting you to "Lay Lady A" across his Big, Brass Bed! Has there been a Hurricane Anita, by the way... Ask Karla!! WONDERFUL AND HOT, DEAR! Mwah heaps, Kate xx But, no, seriously, this is great stuff and no one can beat the way you humanise abstracts... there must be a correct term for that, like anthropomorphis for animals, but darned if I know what 'tis! Thanks for encouragement on "Lovers' Banquet"... yikes, yes, they're asking me to do it as a Reading at their wedding in August. Perhaps something better might turn up before then!! xx
Reviewed by Kenny Baez 6/11/2004
borne on the you or is you not a fainting elf breeze, lady A? Nice work!
Reviewed by Fletcher Bailey (Reader) 6/10/2004
Woooah...verrrrrry sexy...erotic...sensual...and written so are indeed a gifted writer...I love this poems seducing the way it presents itself to the reader dear me thinks me needs a coooooold shower...Brrrrrr...Fletcher B
Reviewed by jude forese 6/10/2004
riding the wind sure puts things into a cooler perspective ...

passionate and wonderfully worded ...
Reviewed by E. Richardson 6/10/2004
splendid! beautiful, sensual verse here...great imagery!
Reviewed by Kate Clifford 6/10/2004
Great wind write! There is nothing like a nice cool breeze as the heat rises.
Reviewed by Lori Moore 6/10/2004
This is beautiful poetry.
Reviewed by La Belle Rouge (Reader) 6/10/2004
Now this is real poetry, I'm awed and to quote someone I deeply respect, "I wish I had written it."
Reviewed by Tinka Boukes 6/10/2004 Andy i am wearing a long sleeve top...cold here!!

Goodluck...go for a swim!!

Love Tinka
Reviewed by Andy Turner (Reader) 6/10/2004
Rider on the lovely is this. Bloody hot here too, like over 80 degrees, way too hot..
Reviewed by E T Waldron 6/10/2004
I'm speechless!!! This breathtaking write is one of your best!
Such passionate poetry in your superb rhythm and rhyme
is a joy to read, and gets my highest praise!
Standing O!Lady A!;-)
Reviewed by Ch'erie de Perrot 6/10/2004
Whoa what a write, catch that updraft and fly off, or cool off ;)
Lovely TY
Reviewed by Paul Berube 6/10/2004
Georgeous. Reads like a song. "They Call the Wind Mariah." Beautiful rhyme and flow.
Reviewed by Mr. Ed 6/10/2004
Mercy! And Muu Haaa Haaa, indeed!

Ride on, and Write on, Lady A!
Reviewed by Vincent Martin (Reader) 6/10/2004
Lady A, I can feel the heat and passion of this poem emanating from the screen…well done…~DarkBard~

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