Tethered to your tinsel eyes

Come night and dazzle me with tinsel eyes
let silver soak the water; lend the songs
of moon and stars; amaze me tender, strong.
Massage me soft; let’s dance as butterflies.
Come lightly; razzle me to tingled cries,
let petals roll on frictioned fingertips
please trance me numb; caress me with your lips
let’s fly together let us soar on skies.
Come fright me; hassle me with jingled lies
let’s start all over and undo the ties.

Moonlit night by Ivan Kramskoi

Moonlit night by Ivan Kramskoi

Tonight Lill leads us into poetics at dVerse and wants us to use razzle, dazzle and sparkle… you might dance and have fun in disco lights or you might let yourself be seduced as me… use one or all three of the words and have fun. Pub opens very soon…

October 4, 2016

27 responses to “Tethered to your tinsel eyes

  1. oh those tinsel eyes —- seductive indeed! Love so many lines in this, Bjorn….you shall surely make your readers tingle in anticipation! Petals rolling on frictioned fingertips…..oh my! 🙂

  2. The phrase “jingled lies” caught my attention. Now I will have to try to make sense of it, but it did dazzle me out of what I expected to read.

  3. let’s start all over and undo the ties.
    razzle, dazzle and sparkle!

    Sure in for a terrific time. The young people are not over with only once but with repeats all round. Great!

    Hank

  4. Bjorn. What can I say.

    My favorite lines:

    Come lightly; razzle me to tingled cries,
    let petals roll on frictioned fingertips
    please trance me numb; caress me with your lips

    Seductive! and your readers get pulled right in to your soul and mind.
    This poem razzled me and sparked an inspiration of poems to come. 🙂

    I love this body of work my friend. 🙂

  5. Earthy and erotic, each line so captivating!
    “let silver soak in the water” is only one of many lines that I love.

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