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Caught in a Web of a Dream
by Amor Sabor
Tuesday, November 02, 2010
Rated "G" by the Author.
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“Caught in the web of a dream”

Was it not you that I spied in the garden last night?
When my mind drifted off deep into the dark silence
And I could make out caramel whispers of my name
Sprinkled and intermingled within the cloud of stars

Did you not extend a hand to place upon my shoulder?
While I found myself slipping on fragmented dreams
And you slowly awoke me upon your gentle approach
Preceded by a perfume hinting of a sensual jasmine

And I, deep in slumber, stirred desperately to meet you
To share with you an ecstasy that belonged to only us
I struggled to stay with you as dawn tugged incessant
And I refused to open my eyes in the fast arriving light

Wanting not to slide down the spiral of encroaching day
Resisting the coming of the morning and realities knife
That would slice callously my remaining dream of you
That would sever those strings and bonds between us

Was it not you that I held tightly in my arms last night?
Engrossed in the warmth that only two lovers possess
Embracing in the focused beams of iridescent starlight
Our hearts pressed against each other within their beat

Did you not say that you had secretly always loved me?
And you knew as well as I of what we held to be sacred
That would for an eternity exist and so continue to grow
There as proof that our words were never spoken in vain

And I, without rest, would ensure that the passion lived
Between the soft silken tapestry of our own two souls
Betwixt the threads of an unspoken treasure of intimacy
That spilled out into the sea of tranquility and peace

Wanting not to miss a moment longer without the touch
That would bring ecstasy that much closer to our lives
As we remain pasted in the center of a web of a dream
Stuck between reality and that romance in our hearts

©2010 Amor Sabor
 

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Reviewed by Chantilly Lace (Reader) 2/26/2011
Breath taking sweet man..sighhhhhhhhhhhh...Hugsss,much love too you
Reviewed by Diana Wiles 1/23/2011
Oh...you have melted my heart completely and fully with your bewitching words. What true romance you weave...'Embracing in the focused beams of iridescent starlight,Our hearts pressed against each other within their beat'...Blissful!...
Diana...
Reviewed by The Poetess 12/22/2010
so very touching. . .
Reviewed by Janet Caldwell 11/11/2010
You could thaw the ice around any woman's heart. x
Reviewed by Morgan Merriweather 11/6/2010
beautiful, the essence of passion permeates this writing ~ Morgan
Reviewed by Ragno Donna 11/5/2010
Amor,
You could melt my heart. Nice poetry.
Thank you for visiting my page.

Ciao,
Ragno Donna
Reviewed by Christine Alwin 11/5/2010
Oh my, thank goodness I did not miss this one...it stirred all the senses...simply Beeeautiful~
Reviewed by Paul Judges 11/5/2010
Excellent work.
Reviewed by La Belle Rouge Poetess Of The Heart 11/4/2010
No one writes romance like you Amor. I honestly believe you are the best of the contemporary romance poets. I am forever your fan. What a meltingly sweet poem of love and passion touching the very soul.
Reviewed by Elizabeth Russo 11/4/2010
Like an apparition in the night. That 'preceded by a perfume hinting ...' line brings me to that vision. The love and longing are palpable, and so is the pain of living a reality that is so much less than the dream in your hearts. Beautiful, touching, a wonderful write. ~Best, Elizabeth
Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner 11/4/2010
Amor, I have missed your beautiful words ... you take me there. And I am grateful. Well done.

(((HUGS))) and love, Karla.
Reviewed by Liana Margiva 11/4/2010
EXCELLENT!!!!!!!!!!!! HEAVENLY BEAUTIFUL!!!!!!!!!!! VERY TALENTED!!!!!!!!!!!! GLAD TO SEE YOU AGAIN, AMOR!!!!!!!!!!! Liana Margiva
Reviewed by Tinka Boukes 11/3/2010
Absolutely breathtaking!!

Love Tinka
Reviewed by Don Juan Amante 11/3/2010
you are indeed a masterful romance poet, much enjoyed.
Reviewed by Dawn Anderson 11/3/2010
Passionate, romantic...beautiful.
Reviewed by Amber Moonstone 11/2/2010
Amor, words cannot tell of the profound impact this poem has upon my soul. You speak with such ease and eloquence. Each word, sentence verse just flows into each other like that of soul mates.
Simply stunning poetry!

Amor at his best, glad you have returned with full fury!

Peace, love and light,
Amber
Reviewed by jude forese 11/2/2010
each quatrain builds into a finale of pure passion ... excellent work, Amor ...
Reviewed by Phyllis Jean Green 11/2/2010
Ahhhhhhhh. The rhythm, the tone, the lilt, the images.

A delicacy to be savored again and again.

Encore! ENCORE!!

xOx Phyllis xOx

Reviewed by Sage Sweetwater 11/2/2010
Stitched with threads of golden-spun erotica, Amor. I've always wished to see a collaboration between you and La Belle Rouge...you write romance that all of us plead for. When it's this good, your words bring us to the best place in our hearts, truly Amor Sabor has returned! Be well...

Love,
Sage
Reviewed by John Flanagan 11/2/2010
This is fine writing, Amor, truly fine..."caramel whispers of my name" how good is that! and the intensity of "focused beams of iridescent starlight" is just right.

John
Reviewed by Christine Tsen 11/2/2010
Profoundly beautiful ~ Wow!
Best Wishes,
Christine
Reviewed by Kate Burnside 11/2/2010
As we remain pasted in the center of a web of a dream
Stuck between reality and that romance in our hearts

Your whole poem has built towards this conclusion masterfully, Amor. This visual is very strong but I also particularly love the articulation of unspoken, ongoing intimacy that has formed this sea upon which conjoined souls can sail together, though apart. Our spirits fly in air, but our souls are made of heavier waters and desire deeply to plunge and be fulfilled. A poem that quenches the thirst it speaks of. And a great blessing to the heart that is open to receive. Careful and thoughtful work, thank you. xx
Reviewed by m j hollingshead 11/2/2010
well said, nicely done
Reviewed by Regis Auffray 11/2/2010
Truly lovely verses that express sentiments to which I can relate very closely. Thank you, Amor. Love and peace to you,

Regis
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