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Green Eyes Shining
by Budd Nelson
Thursday, July 26, 2012
Rated "PG13" by the Author.
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this one worked its way to life while i was driving again today.


Her dark tresses that gleam and shine
speckled with frostings of long love.
Upturned lips of a thousand smiles
blessed with those enchanting green eyes.
His hair in white waves and smile straight
so here they stand in eachothers space.

Pairs of green eyes locked together
his strong hands stroking silkeness.
After resting on soft shoulders
they glide across a sculpted place.
To slowly slide down, side to waist
and arms wrap to hold eachother in.

Standing thus no one else exists
bodies merge as their arms close in.
Heads tilt and lips join together
breaths lengthen with long sighs moaned.
Tihy wings flutter while hearts thump
as fingers grasp and cores heat up.

Heads lean back and chests start to heave
nothing is said, only eyes speak.
Their smiles broaden when arms wrap again
and parted lips meet for love play.
What could it be better than this
so mists dissipate and lights dim.

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Reviewed by David Young
The tight grip of your verse delivers its power imagery
Reviewed by Joy Hale
Budd, I have not been to post or review on AD for months, but your title on the most popular poetry list, "Green Eyes Shining", lured me to your site. This is the most exciting romantic poem I have read in years; I am SO glad that I checked out your site, you have a new fan for life! My Irish green eyes are shining brightly towards you and your poetry!!

Joy L. Hale






Reviewed by Asa Seeley
much said...with beautiful taste. thank you.

asa
Reviewed by Vivian Dawson
Butterflys are free
and so are lovers..
*Budd* you sure know
how it works with class!

Lady Vivian
Reviewed by Ronald Hull
But it's not about a moth; it's about loving emerging, and it's magic.

Ron
Reviewed by Richard King
I'm really liking on this Budd. One of your top ten, I'd say. Dick
Reviewed by Lily of Lough Neagh C. Dennis-Woosley
This is so beautiful. I have seen a variety in your poetry and prose and it is enjoyable to read. To are able to cover a mass of emotions like a few others I know. This is good, inner expression whether real or imagined and done so well. I'm with Jane, well sort of lol, I should say it held me breathless :)

Just a wonderful romantic write Budd, keep it up!

Love and Light
Lily
Reviewed by Ed Matlack
GREAT, now I need another shower...;-)e
Reviewed by Gert van Weenen (Reader)
What a beautiful romantic poem Budd.
As always, I've enjoyed it very much
Reviewed by John Domino
Expressive romantic poetry..
You got it partner!
Reviewed by Regis Auffray
There's nothing so wonderfully therapeutic as love and romance; thank you, Budd. Love and peace to you,

Regis
Reviewed by Sandy Hoynacki (Reader)
A charismatic rendering fraught with beauty, tenderness and emotion. I so love the line "upturned lips of a thousand smiles." You have well captured the moments and thoughts...:0

Sandy
Reviewed by Victoria's Poetry & Voices of Muse
...and the world disappered in love's embrace

Honeysuckle Vines & Lepidoptera Wings
Vickie
Reviewed by Jerry Bolton
Ah, you are the romantic soul, Budd, and very apt at describing the romance in that wonderful soul. This was a great read. Not one like did I think misplaced, perfect in EVERY way, buddy.
Reviewed by Diana Legun (Reader)
I like "Upturned lips of a thousand smiles" very much. I also enjoy your combining each and other into one eachother. And what a clause with which anyone who has ever been in love can FEEL: "Standing thus no one else exists" Budd. To me, that is the crux of this flirtatous, salacious poem. I could not find the word "Tihy," so I'm wondering if it is a typographical error, maybe the word tiny. Good capture of energy in this poetry. ~~ Diana
Reviewed by Jane Noponen Perinacci
You got my heart thumping!

Love ya!

Jane
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