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II: Left Unspoken
by April Pittman

Monday, August 12, 2002
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heat curls around the window sill


drifting in on an unnoticed breeze


orange in the reflective glow of twilight


thick in the lungs of two who find themselves lost


things left unsaid


they spill from flames of breath


fanning from parted lips


the soft sliding of satin and flesh


luminescent in the day's waning


and her eyes, they fill with abandon



a deep impression on the silent night


the soft implosion of mingling cries


moonlight pushes for its place


tracing the curves of her trembling skin


thick in the hearts of two who find themselves


things left unspoken


said only in the quivering of parted lips


the salty taste of summer and lust


as the world around moves in rhythm


with their fluid flight towards heaven


and her eyes, they fill with love.

these.precious.things
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Reviewed by Regis Auffray 11/11/2010
Sensually alluring and thoroughly compelling, April. I love this and to me, it is perfect poetry. There is a tiny typo in this verse:

"...moonlight pushes for it's (its) place "

I hope you would point mine out for me as well as I know that typos are easily made and missed.

Thank you for sharing your gifts. Love, peace, and best wishes,

Regis
Reviewed by Paul Bright (Reader) 11/10/2002
Nice.
Reviewed by Timothy Foley (Reader) 8/16/2002
Lusty....though beautifully and artistically expresed..like it should be. I like the way this doesn't bastardize the human form like so much ofthe modern world has done. As usual, I'm overly impressed by your style of writing. Keep up the great work.
Luv, Timmy
Reviewed by Maria Lupinacci 8/13/2002
Beautiful flow of desire. Enjoyed this!
Reviewed by Sandi Schraut 8/13/2002
April this is very very good!!! I really love it! Sandi
Reviewed by Amor Sabor 8/13/2002
This is superb work April. Timeless romantic erotica so tastefully done.
Amor
Reviewed by jude forese 8/12/2002
great meter and voice...
Reviewed by E T Waldron 8/12/2002
Love the last stanza...nice work!
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