Sunday, May 16, 2010

recipe of love brews well

my tremulous dream
find you in my arms
I breath in your scent
blow into your ear.
with the touch of my fingers
your heart beat picks mine-
you turn me towards you
unrelentingly watch me trembling,
with our combined feelings.
your rigid posture gives in to me

over the years I have fined tuned
our recipe of love, even though

29 comments:

Archna Sharma said...

This is beautiful. Secure and lovely.

Aayushi Mehta said...

Lovely.

sage said...

Beautiful, but your twist at the end makes it sad.

anthonynorth said...

Beautifully done.

SandyCarlson said...

You have defined love here. Thank you.

Janet said...

"your heartbeat picks mine"
this is, to me, the most beautiful line!

Ramesh Sood said...

Beautifully expressed.. loved it..

Tammie Lee said...

quite beautiful, I wonder why never the romantic celebration at the end.

Denise Moncrief said...

beautifully written. thanks for sharing.

Jim said...

It's wonderful, Tami. Except I was hoping the last line would be different, like:

over the years I have fined tuned
our recipe of love, as even now
we are celebrating
the occasion
by wine and sweet words


You are so creative with your romantic writing. I tried doing that kind of a poem for this, trembling, but as far as I was concerned it was a failure. Hence the tribute.

I am so glad to see it done, I knew it could be.
..

Tumblewords: said...

Well formed romantic poetry.

Stan Ski said...

Often we celebrate a thing by being part of it.

oldegg said...

This a touchingly beautiful piece. I am happy with the ending as it is not necessary to make a show of that love which has grown and adjusted over the years.

Amity said...

Wow..you made me tremble with such a delicious recipe of love, perfected through the years!

Greyscale Territory said...

A recipe for love without the need for wine and sweet words - just beautiful!

Leo said...

how easily u have combined the three prompts.. effortless work Gautami..

Lisa said...

So beautiful and touching.

Dee Martin said...

this ends sad. romance is always important :)

Whitesnake said...

Still brilliant as always!

aspiemom said...

Dee found it sad but I agree with your first post by Archna.

There is a security in its romance that is...described succinctly here.

Well done. Very sweet.

Toi said...

oh...yes to celebrate - why don\
not some lovers get this? -
celebrate and cherish us, me.

Missy said...

Very Sexy, love has this power doesn't it!!

one more believer said...

i like to consider the years are like emeralds in disguise...

Cassiopeia Rises said...

Tami, oh how hot. This is wonderful.



Melanie

JP/deb said...

love that recipe!

vivienne blake said...

The final line is perfect: the recipe has produced something that doesn't need wine and sweet words (a lovely phrase, that) to make a gourmet meal that lasts and lasts.
ViV

Loch Rob said...

Very well versed. I too, was surprised by the last few lines. It almost seems as if this union exists in a dream. Sensual.

Jack said...

Gautami,

Who needs wine or sweet words once you have that bonding?

Take care

Sandra (if) said...

so sweet Gautami!