by Ste'phane C. Parker
Thursday, December 31, 2009
Rated "PG13" by the Author.
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A brief account of two lovers being watched through the eyes of a poet.
Enslaved by such beauty, he leaves a chain of kisses across her neck/ she extends her arm and opens her hand which contains the key to respect/ they’re naked and unashamed to show their passion/ and that’s the key to unwrapping a love that’s deemed everlasting/ the language of their body, explicitly simple/ aggressive yet gentle, their heat could entice a frozen flame to once again rekindle/ as he grips her spine her grace grips his mind/ his hands want her back, the present is their time/ being each others better half they give their undivided attention/ their souls listen as the Judge has memories jailed to brain cells, that’s their sentence/ forever, two lovers together in one love/ combining passionate pureness that could equal a million and one doves/ they’re two instruments that play a silent song in perfect key/ they recite a lyric-less poem, he and she, they both hold the key/ their entities intertwine sensibly, tenderly/ their conference of a loving homage echoes around the world within a breeze/ only concerned with keeping their lamp burning and lit/ they embrace each other as equals, they don’t need a wish/ enslaved by such beauty, he leaves a chain of kisses across her neck/ she extends her arm and closes her hand, she won’t lose the key to their respect
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|Reviewed by Michelle Mead
|That's really beautiful. Love is such an incredibly beautiful thing to behold, isn't it? I liked the format-for this it worked, because the couple felt so close that they were snaked around each other, and the words and lines so close together really adds to that effect so that the reader feels almost breathless on reading it. Very cool.|