Friday, March 11, 2011

dissolved

let me hold your tiredness
and those troubling thoughts
you have, will disappear.
I will dissolve all those in a chemical
of my own making,
the scent of which will engulf us.
I will add our combined forces
so that no negative thing pitches out

"I will attune it all to flow smoothly between us" 

42 comments:

moondustwriter said...

sounds like a perfect chemistry to me

:)

Ramesh Sood said...

I gave a standing ovation to this..Gautami..the words..'combined forces' make it all so easy..

Brian Miller said...

smiles. nice bit of chemistry you got going in your 55...

G-Man said...

Gautami...
Very sensual today.
Someone would be very lucky to be loved by you.
Most excellent 55 My Friend.
Thanks for playing, and have a Kick Ass Week-End

Belinda said...

I'm thinking of a good back rub followed by a glass of Malbec. Smiles.

Ami Mattison said...

What a lovely 55! I like the tone and the cadence. And the sensuality of it is great. Really fine writing!

magiceye said...

perfect chemistry :)
and sensual too

Akelamalu said...

Anything that can dissolve problems has got to be good chemistry!

Eric 'Bubba' Alder said...

Your writings have taken on a nice, sultry quality lately, Gautami. I'm sure there's a reason and I'm sure it's good. :)

Jeeves said...

I like this chemistry......Smooth and soothing

Jingle said...

cool chemical reactions, if not, that's physical reaction..
thanks for the inspirations.
love your 55.

thingy said...

Oh, this is so relaxing, Gautami.

Alice Audrey said...

Actually, it sounds like a lot of work to me. But the kind with nice pay offs.

LKHarris-Kolp said...

Very tempting... beautiful!

~laurie

Kim Nelson said...

Ohhh... this is wonderful, sensual, inviting, promising.

flaubert said...

Gautami, a lovely sensual piece.
It is all about chemistry.

Pamela

Mama Zen said...

So lovely!

TALON said...

Beautiful! Now that's a chemistry that would be life-altering!

Jannie Funster said...

Ooooo, very nice! I do believe we make new chemicals according to the different friend and lover matches we make.

And, a bit unrelated, I shall make YOUR very own special sidebar button next, and post it on my site! Look for it in the next 1 to 36 hours! whooohoo.

xoxo

vivinfrance said...

Romantic science - that's a new one, and so delightful

Stranger said...

Sensual and endearing. This is beautiful! I'm still letting the words and the visuals swim in my mind while I imagine the speaker and her audience.

Elizabeth said...

Gautami, although I like your title, I think you might want to call this one The Chemistry of Sensuality. It is smooth and so visual somehow. Great writing,

Elizabeth

Steve Isaak said...

Smart, loving work.

irene said...

I like the chemical part.

Joseph Harker said...

Very nice!

Madeleine Begun Kane said...

Very well done!

nan said...

When the desire to heal meets chemical . . this is one terrific scientific remedy. Lovely.

Jeanne Aguilar said...

Love that science has measured the differences in chemistry that occur within us when we meet with ones we love...great poem!

MorningAJ said...

They say that love is chemistry. This sounds too good for simple science though.

Deb said...

Dissolution becomes a lovely thing. Nice.

Kavita said...

When Chem mixes in with physics and bio, the magic is beyond historic!

Nice flow to this one, Gautami..

Tumblewords: said...

The perfect scientist!

Brenda said...

The chemistry of our love for each other. Ahhhh.....

Tweety said...

ah how luck to have someone like that in our lives :) :)

Mike Patrick said...

When the chemistry becomes unstable, is that a bad thing or a good thing?

ρομπερτ said...

What a challenge.


Please have a good new week.

daily athens

ms pie said...

wow the waters are calm...

SandyCarlson said...

That is a beautiful promise of love.

Harshad mehta said...

Gautami, not just maths, you are master of chemistry as well! Like the way it is put.

Tammie Lee said...

lovely to be able to attune like this.

L.A Speedwing said...

Lovely, lovely, lovely!! if that's not poetry in words, then I don't know what is.

kkrige said...

You offer much in your gentle way. I enjoy the scent of your pen's scratches