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by Michelle M Mead
Thursday, August 18, 2011
Rated "G" by the Author.
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Based on a painting by Javier Mulio


http://www.hallmarkgallery.com/gal/artist/Javier-Mulio-41....


 

 

Too full to eat even those three more,

Though too tempting they are to ever ignore,

In the prime of their beauty, full, ripe and red,

For hours on that beauty two lovers were fed.

 

 

Water drops resting on that passion fruit’s flesh,

Lying in bed where realities mesh,

Two that once before stood on opposite sides,

Of that chasm of happiness that true love decides.

 

 

What’s left in the glass, half empty, half full,

Matters not but for secrets and deception’s strong pull,

To eat, to drink, then to come when he calls,

Is it good or evil that breaks down her walls?

 

 

The want for a little becomes a want for much more,

And the loss of ones dignity is hard to ignore,

A sign of what’s coming, or of what’s gone before,

The balance is tipped when he closes the door.



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Reviewed by Kay P Devenish
A really powerful poem,I loved it.
Reviewed by Ronald Hull
I sense a balance between too little love and too much, and love and loathing. A beautifully illustrated and nicely balanced little poem of the treachery of love

Ron
Reviewed by Karen Palumbo
A spelended romatic piece of two that share the intimate bliss of life and love...

Be always safe,
Karen
Reviewed by Annabel Sheila
Oh my! Your poetry always leaves me breathless....this is enchanting, Michelle! Love your writing!

Hugs,
Anna
Reviewed by Lonnie Hicks
Such a beautiful expressed, and heartfelt lament, but one which carries with it a sense of healing, and great language. I see movement here.
Reviewed by Douglas Bentley
Left me wanting. . . . . . . . .
Superb!!!

db
Reviewed by TONY NERONE
Astitute writing with a real fine art.
GOD BLESS YOU
Tony
Reviewed by John Flanagan
What breaks down the walls is passion -
passion in bed, on paper, on canvas,
wherever we endeavour; love your words
here, Michelle, and the three cherries are
splendid.

John
Reviewed by Janna Hill
For hours on that beauty two lovers were fed. I love that line and the questions you pose.
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