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Cloudy Dreams
by Dale Clark
Tuesday, May 31, 2005
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Cloudy Dreams

clouds drift
into river of night
moonbeams shift
shadows alight
stormy are your eyes
a green to hazel
reflecting the sky

slip as silk lingerie
a velvet masquerade
masked in silver
veiled in lace
inside your cloudy dream

nightmares run
into dreams
your mind sure
your body steady
as you shake the veil
which shades your face
it sidetracks upon
a curvy path
to the crossroads

a fiery flight
stars are falling
moon is full
as clouds float by
oceans of time
filled by rivers of madness
cosmic enchantment

lusty are your eyes
a fiery red to orange
reflecting sunset
sprinkled upon lovers
embrace bliss
a cloudy orgasm
for the dance

as twilight changes
into purple passions
you sashay into starlight
as they begin to wink
your lips are full
to kiss the moon
as a smile appears
you swim the ocean
of cloudy dreams

©Dale CJ Clark


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Reviewed by Marie Wadsworth 6/3/2005
vivid descriptions. There are many things both wonderful and mysterious hidden in the clouds. exquisite write.
Reviewed by Maria Lupinacci 6/2/2005

You just keep reaching new heights in your work!
I am smiling at Linda's comment! lol!
Love the imagery in this!
Reviewed by Mr. Ed 6/1/2005
Magnificent imagery here yet again, Dale.
Reviewed by m j hollingshead 6/1/2005
nicely done
Reviewed by Tracey L. O' Very (Reader) 5/31/2005
This is Exquisite, Such passion with such class and taking it to where the mind really goes. Beautiful poetry!
Reviewed by L. Figgins 5/31/2005
Ethereal and sensual write with a haunting illusiveness. Many moods and many masks. We of the female persuasion must be an enigma to the opposite sex. And in that mystery is true attraction. God did something right, huh?
Reviewed by Tinka Boukes 5/31/2005
Splendid poetry Dale!!

Love Tinky
Reviewed by George Carroll 5/31/2005
Beautiful ecstasy portrayed in the world of the universe but lands right back down on earth in a dream that must not be forgotten. Splendid write. Pure poetry at its best.
Reviewed by Kate Burnside 5/31/2005
Gracious! This is heady stuff, Dale, and a wonderful and tantalising mix of the descriptive and the undeniably mystical and enigmatic - which, after all, sexual climax is all about n'est ce pas?! And you must have a very good "inside informant" because, thinking about it, this is a very elusive description of female orgasm... clouds are a very good imagist "hook" to use to describe the ephemera of the experience. Maybe it's the same for the blokes, but I think not, probably! Imagine the male climax has connotations of being a bit more "hard-edged" and steely, somehow... but then, how would I know?! Go you! You trace the mystery of each unique experience with the tip of a tongue or a pen here, and it's pretty spot on! I'm already feeling vaporised... :)) Kate xx
Reviewed by Emeka Nwogu 5/31/2005
The 5th stanza set me dancing. What a combination of words to arouse the reader's feeling. Great, great write.

Reviewed by E T Waldron 5/31/2005
Dale you have me spellbound with this ethereal cosmic beauty!
I have to keep reading it, you have become a sorcerer;-)Kudo's!
Utterly enchanting poem!

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