Turquoise Tempest

Under a frangipani sky
He brings Moonflowers for her..she walks the burning horizon..a shared destiny..burnt umber wraps their skin in velveteen secrets.
Ancient yearnings flame like wild flowers to reveal rapture of honest happiness.
His lips sparkle like Painite...sun on rippling ocean waves- the Larimar in her eyes.
 A scented zephyr grazes the small of her back..wrapping the vintage of his gaze...like a blossom that quivers...
His fingers curve her waist..they dance to songs of Calatheas..
Breaths torch into whispered kisses....a plumeria melody in their souls.teasings of honeyed reasoning simmer
They become the rendezvous of fluid lines touching...becoming the poetry on ocean sands...tempest of tide carrying them into the turquoise .....sparkling
Two ions whirling headlong into space
Syllabic constellations exploding....
A cupid's puzzle.

40 thoughts on “Turquoise Tempest

  1. โ€œBreaths torch into whispered kissesโ€, what a romantic line that can bring vapors from the vocal cords! A blissful combination of lovers delight brought together by beautiful words. And Cupidโ€™s puzzle was a gorgeous ending.๐ŸŒน

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    1. Thank you, J. Bless you , you always are super wonderful with your comments. Of course , no sorry , no thank you between buddies so sending you both warm hugs.

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  2. A beautiful verse, Yasmin! Your incorporation of tangible flowers and minerals amongst the words so surreal and ethereal is a wonderful touch and creates a beautifully layered puzzle to resolve. I have missed the beauty of your words! Thanks for lifting my day! โค

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    1. Thank you, Brad. I think more than anything in the world , itโ€™s natureโ€™s wonderful creation that gives one joy.
      Thank you for your thoughts on this. I so appreciate..

      Have yourself a safe and wonderful weekend..

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