My gay Valentine: Poetic letter

Dear readers,

You can read an excerpt of a new poetic letter entitled: “My gay Valentine”

Appearing at the feast among those invited

Like a butterfly emerging from a chrysalis

Weave its web in circles, around my spirit

 

On her way, Sylphid, troubling my conscience

Her generous lips, with vermilion brightening

Lifted her veiled petticoat on the track, while dancing

 

My gay Valentine

Nice woman, masked of a wolf, perfumed amber rose

I looked her chain of gold, set with a Cupidon

Bouncing on her chest, graced with a lace, mallow

 

Sudden my heart broke, my legs were dowelled (…)

 

The poetic letter is on the site of poetry: The free thoughts

Thank you for your fidelity.



Categories: 1.Writing, 3. Poetic letters

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10 replies

  1. Intriguing and spellbinding poem. Excellent written poem and a feast to read.
    groetjes, Francina .

  2. Thank you for following HoB. Much appreciated! I’ll be hanging around here…

  3. there is some wonderful imagery in your excerpt: it really is intriguing. In one sense I’d like to read the rest – but what is here really stands on its own, full of longing, mystery and beauty.

  4. We love your poetic letters. The writing is lyrical and beautiful.

  5. “Like a butterfly emerging…” so very lovely, those words. Thank you.

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