Love Making

This poem is in continuation of the micro poetry of the same name.Read it here

When you roam
inhabit me completely
and wildly 
trace your origins 
in the freckles on my body
and breathe me as your air
and exhale out the
breath laced 
in passion and desire
When you touch 
with the
fingertips which 
ignite a spark in my soul
and sets my soul on fire
so I can barely breathe
and I gasp 
for the next wave 
of air laced with 
my carnal desire
When you speak 
love from those crimson lips
every verse dripping 
from those 
parting petals
sings the beautiful 
a melody so divine
a treat for my ears
a sight for my 
ashen eyes.
When we make love
we give birth 
to a new poem
art so sublime
etched in our soul
for now and ever
in the ripples of time.
When we make love, darling
we weave a new story 
every time.
Photo by Pablo Heimplatz on Unsplash

53 thoughts on “Love Making

  1. Now this is beautiful poetry. How delicately and cleverly you have captured the desires ignited between two in love. I love your play on words and the the body and soul are true maps of our humanity. It is a joy to have someone we love, explore those maps, leaving traces of themselves everywhere.

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  2. freckles – a good word to express how the search starts and where .. I had the similar lines like the last lines…we always make a new poem!!

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      1. it means – trace your origins
        in the freckles on my body? ..cos trying to know poet’s view is better than the reader 😛


  3. Hi, I found you on Promote Yourself Monday. Lovely to meet you!

    Wow, this is so powerful and raw, and beautifully written. I love how you have used the short lines, it emphasizes the breathlessness of passion. An utterly superb poem. Well written, you have a talent with words and captivating your readers.

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