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Sunday, 5 December 2010

Oh Heavens!

Her touch,
A feel,
Silk, like cashmere


Emotions drawn
And man is transformed
By nature, her calling


A trance of excitement
Her touch, her feel
Eyes closed; Oh, heavens!

21 comments:

  1. oh, heavens....and man is transformed..so beautiful...

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  2. Great poem with the prompt. Well done!

    Wysteria

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  3. Wonderful work with the prompt... Great title and "Emotions drawn / A man transformed" well said. Fine poem.

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  4. ooh, lovely poem. the second stanza is my favorite and the last line -- perfect!

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  5. Nice tension and images of abandonment to the calling of nature. Gets the feel of the pic well.

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  6. oh heavens! - now I am truly envious of this pic and your words :)

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  7. Well expressed, the depth of emotion.

    Anita.

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  8. Beautiful transformations within your words... oh heavens...

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  9. a transformation of a man...oh the power of nature...of a woman...oh heavens ditto infinity.

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  10. "A feel, silk like cashmere" <~~gorgeous ~April

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  11. Oh heavens indeed!

    Very nicely done.

    Louise G

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  12. Oh heavens! What a great poem. Here's mine http://thelunaticsdiary.blogspot.com/2010/12/dreams-are-never-eternal.html

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  13. Made me go weak at the knees to Kodjo! Lovely write.

    Shan
    @awdures

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  14. Her touch,
    A feel,
    Silk, like cashmere

    great use of the feel of texture, deep poem! great write Kodjo!

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  15. Transformed, transported...in silk cashmere to places exotic, uncharted. Well done.

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  16. beautiful words, such a wonderful transformation, I'm sure for both. :) Lovely poem

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  17. Thanks for your kind words. I read some of your work - you got a great flow.

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  18. Oh, yes! Great writing. A well painted scene!

    Here is my offering for Potluck 48: http://charleslmashburn.wordpress.com/2011/08/14/the-lake/

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