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Moving Targets
by Morgan B Merriweather
Saturday, April 21, 2012
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an allure in tracking moving targets

grey and blue

mesmerized at the sight

a swirling finger in a little wave

creates a slant of light

on an on an on

overlapping waters

a sleight of hand and we're catatonic

floating in a wake without a trace

a part of me and a piece of you

smiles in the face of la petite mort




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Reviewed by Asa Seeley
two together, sailing over the waters of life...come what may, we're here. thanks for share

Reviewed by La Belle Rouge Poetess Of The Heart
could feel the waves!!
Reviewed by Don Juan Amante
yes smiling in the face of little death, the sea, the lovers!
Reviewed by Sheila Roy
I wasn't quite sure what this was about until I got to the last line. Then I re-read and realized how well written this is. Nice, Morgan! Hugs,
Reviewed by Amor Sabor
So beautiful these lines and images
Reviewed by Ronald Hull
More like, “love petite libre.”

Reviewed by Diana Wiles
Beautiful and sensual...
Your wording is perfect...
Reviewed by Mary Ann Biddinger
Alluring in the grey and blue ~ smiles in the face of
"la petite mort" Beautiful expressive swirl of words.
Lady Mary Ann
Reviewed by Phyllis Jean Green
M a r v e l o u s!!

You have gotten the feeling across perfectly !!

xOx Phyllis xOx

N: think you mean we're, rather than were. :)
Reviewed by Rose Rideout
Words that say so much. Great write Morgan.

Reviewed by John Flanagan
from 'allure' in the opening line
(perfect word choice) to 'la petite mort'
to close, the poem shimmers in sensuality
and erotic friction..but such subtle gentle friction;
this is excellent, Morgan

Reviewed by pat medlin
oh my this is spellbinding...have to say tho that richard cederbergs review rivals your words in erotica...can't believe he grasped these molten words so quickly.
Reviewed by Christine Alwin that I read all the reviews I get it...wowa...nice one Morgan!
Reviewed by Vivian Dawson
Lyrical Erotica *Morgan*
at it's best !!!!!!!!!!

Lady Vivian
Reviewed by richard cederberg
A sweet (visual) metaphor for the ephemeral dimensions of living in the moment, a duality of chemistry mixing in the lava chamber, a dance of two directed by certain degrees of muscular rigidity, with short bursts of extreme excitement rippling as undulations across the surface, accompanied by androgens grunts, and estrogens moans, ready to burst, as the impassioned vocalizations of a coming aria approaches. Blessings MM. r
Reviewed by Amber Moonstone
Very nicely done! Water and making love can both mingle as an erotic experience. Very sensual poetry this day...nice!!!!

Peace, love and light,
Reviewed by Odin Roark
Personifying the life of a wave, a ripple, the perpetual movement of energy has always been a fascinating subject for me, e.g., my Petri Dish Reflections. You've captured the spirit of the poetry style here with aplomb and distinction. Kudos.
Reviewed by jude forese
a most unique and creative take on the brain's reaction after traveling through the climax and thus the expression of la petite mort ...
Reviewed by Kate Burnside
" a swirling finger in a little wave" leading through to:

"floating in a wake without a trace
a part of me and a piece of you
smiles in the face of la petite mort"

... is some of the most potent and elegant lines of erotica it has been my pleasure to read - intended or not! ooooooo-yeahhhhh xxx :))

Reviewed by Jerry Bolton
Ah, this is very special, these "la petite mort."

I am fascinated with the poem and the suggestion, plus the pure simplicity of it in explaining the not so simple.
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