Friday, November 17, 2006

Frenzied Entropies

trying to taste coffee from your lips,
stopping space and time with a kiss;
eroding all the rules of diplomacy
with madness and neurotic honesty.

coaxing our flesh to confess
what our words never dare profess
simmering, shivering, reckless kiss
igniting arson between our hips’

inciting the surface of our skin
frenzied entropies lurking within,
catastrophe of emotions and thoughts
which alternatively distort and contort

we unwittingly undrape deceits,
writhing under the silken sheets.
molten tongues, roving palms
yielding to contagion of giddy charms.

17 comments:

John said...

Hey Gautami,

This is good. I liked the flow of emotions, the use of words, and the sentiments. I didn't know you wrote love poems.

J

gautami tripathy said...

Thanks John,

I try not to write love poetry. But sometimes I give in too my whims.

Ghost Particle said...

great weird poem. The words selection, but how it all ads together is nice! Have a great weekend!

Pat Paulk said...

Very good!! Sometimes you just have to saddle up and ride a whim!!

samuru999 said...

Wow!
This is great!
I love it!
Thanks for your visit today, and your kind words...meant so much!

Margie

Anonymous said...

Lovely!

Poetry by Kai said...

good good piece!

gautami tripathy said...

Thanks ghost. This kind of word selection is not easy.

gautami tripathy said...

Yes Pat, I am doing just that.

gautami tripathy said...

Margie Thanks. You are welcome. Hope you are much better.

gautami tripathy said...

Thanks anon and Kai. Do keep dropping by.

polona said...

good stuff! interesting choice of words but works very well. enjoyed.

J. Andrew Lockhart said...

And I thought I was going to bed now! Wow!
"coaxing our flesh to confess
what our words never dare profess"
this is my favorite line.

Amalendu said...

I loved reading this.... Nice flow Gautami..

gautami tripathy said...

Thanks Polona.

j. andrew lockhart: So did I stop you from going to bed?
:D

amalendu: Thanks

Russell Ragsdale said...

Wow, this was really wonderful. What an exciting poem. Thanks for this!

gautami tripathy said...

Russell, you were missed. Thanks for the comment.