Light my fire

Beloved, come cuddle
me darling, come closer
while dropping your norms
I promise, you’ll own me.
Come tickle me warm,
come lick me and kiss me
from gloomy to glowing,
I promise, I’ll serve you.
Come bring me your fire
cause, you’re my desire

The Beautiful Lady Without Pity by John William Waterhouse

The last quadrille of the year at dVerse. the word is glow and Lilian hosts. Just 44 words in one poem.

December 16, 2019

24 responses to “Light my fire

  1. I read the poem with a quicker beating heart, Björn, it’s glowing with passion. And then I saw the image – it’s one an ex-boyfriend from years ago gave me. I think he got it from one of the galleries in London, and I kept it for years. I don’t know where it is now. It’s brought back some memories!

  2. Your romantic side emerges front and center; brought smiles and heat to all. I liked the line /kiss me from gloomy to glowing/.

  3. Oh oh oh how deliciously inviting. Luv the image you teamed up
    Thanks for dropping by to read mine


  4. “You know that it would be untrue, you know that I would be a liar, if I were to say to you” I didn’t adore this poem. Nice and cozy dream.

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