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12 February 2011

THE POETESS


Every expression of your thoughts upon paper moves me with deep emotions to fashion my own writings so they are in harmony with yours.

Your silent whisper pleasantly creates the most beautiful sentences before my welcoming eyes.

In amongst your soul and mine, there are unread poems lying deep beneath the soil of our hearts, patiently waiting to be read by the lovers within.

My darling, this literary friendship has created dancing flowers between us and has even published our works before the eyes of earthling angels.

You are the poetess under the stillness of a lonely night who has captured my heart with the melodious words I longed to read during the early years of my youth.

Precious friend, kindly rescue me from this lonesomeness with your smile and let me continue reading the manuscripts of divine love from your tender heart.

In return, my beautiful poetess, your feminine allure permeates my heart with so much love that every time I embrace your work, I fall apart…into a million pieces of breathless desire.

*Modified image by Ivan Kramskoy, wikipaintings.org

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38 comments:

  1. Not only do I appreciate the truly remarkable poet you are...You make me aspire to be a better poetess in my own work Andy.I am so grateful to see your poems online. I like your reference to "literary friendship". I think that defines how I feel about you as a poet and a friend.Feeling very Blessed.

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  2. Andy,

    Within this poem you speak of how her words on paper inspire you to write so your words are in harmony with yours. This statement I find to be very emotional. But it is the closing phrase that touches my emotions..."In return, my beautiful poetess, your sweetness permeates my heart with so much love that every time I embrace your work, I fall apart...into a million pieces of desire." WOW! I know anything that I would ever attempt to write would never compare to the feelings I get reading yours. Keep on writng.

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  3. Beautiful poem. I just love to read and re-read your work. My reactions change with each and every reading.

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  4. For M. Abuela,
    Thank you for visiting. I am glad that you are enjoying my work. Please return again soon.

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  5. For Ariana: Thank you Ariana for your kind words. You know I wouldn't be here, in Blogland, without your encouragement and assistance. As long as you keep reading, I'll keep writing.

    For Ruthi: Since you wrote your heartfelt comment, I've been back and tweaked this poem here and there. I've been doing some re-reading myself and I have to say, this is one of my favorites.

    Ruthi, my dear, I'm sure your writing is just as good as mine...perhaps you'll let me read it one day (smile).

    Thank you for your heartfelt sentiments and for faithfully supporting me.

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  6. love the bit about unwritten poems filling the space between...she sounds like quite the inspiration...once again you spin love well...

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  7. awww! How sweet, lovely and romantic! A touching read :)

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  8. Hello returning visitors,

    @ Brian: Being an easy going guy, it doesn't take much to inspire me. Thanks for commenting. Nice to have you stop by.

    @ lynnaima: Thank you for commenting. Glad you stopped by too.

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  9. Welcome KB.
    Thanks for commenting. Hope your journey was an enjoyable one.

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  10. I like this a lot. I have female poets who inspire me as well. They are truly a blessing and you definitely captured that feeling about yours.

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  11. Welcome Vernon Wildy Jr.
    Smiling...women of all sorts are indeed inspirations, but as much as I write about them, there's only one who truly holds and has my heart.

    Thank you for coming by.

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  12. Is it a muse or a dame..?
    Well whoever; she is breathtakingly beautiful!

    How well have you run your imagery.. I am completely soaked in it :)

    Sending you wishes so you weaving these............

    Hugs xoxox

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  13. you write so well.


    check out short story slam today. hope to see your participation.

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  14. My dear Olivia: Congrats on getting top votes in the Summer 2011 Award!

    Smiling...muse, dame, friends or flower, as long as I have the ability, I'll just keep writing.

    Thank you for the wishes, hugs and votes (smile).

    I appreciate your support and your visits.

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  15. Hello again to Bluebell Books.
    Thanks for the compliment and the invite. I'll be over to check out the slam soon.

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  16. You are so romantic you must certainly be making someone very happy =) I love the beauty and grace in your poetry, how its sensual without ever being vulgar.

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  17. Hello mindlovemisery: Thank you for the lovely comment. I might have a poem or two that are a bit "spicy", but never vulgar.

    Smiling...I like to say I am the fortunate one to have a woman in my life who completes me.

    Thanks for stopping by. Hope you'll come again soon.

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  18. Lovely, lovely, write, Andy.

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  19. Hello thingy, thanks for taking the time to visit.

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  20. Your poem is filled with love, passion, and joy...truly uplifting words to read!

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  21. Andy, you are astounding. i nominate you for most romantic poet on the internet, and you KNOW that is really saying something!
    i like your line about the earthling angels reading your words. keep sharing!

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  22. To Sweetest in the Gale: Hello & welcome to my blog. Thank you for taking the time to stop by.

    To Marian: Smiling...you didn't have to, but thank you.
    I appreciate your comments & thank you for stopping by.

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  23. the way you honor friendship is marvelous.

    keep it up.

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  24. hmmmm a nice romantic read and what awesome muse the poetess is!!! :)
    always enjoy coming here, happy potluck!

    http://lynnaima.wordpress.com/2011/07/03/the-silent-words/

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  25. Lucky poetess! Very touching, profound emotions.

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  26. To Jingle: You say the nicest things. Thanks for visiting.

    To lynnaima: Thank you for the kind sentiments. I appreciate you stopping by.

    To Victoria: Smiling...thank you.
    Thanks for visiting.

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  27. Beautiful!:))
    I read it thrice because i found it so good...I love the way your words have so much grace and meaning to them.
    Really nice!

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  28. Love remains the only living thing that cannot die at the doorstep of death! Beautiful words!

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  29. Your words are beautiful and a joy to read :)

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  30. Hello Tarunima: I have so much poetry that I've written, some many moons ago, but I have to say, this has always been one of my favorites. Glad you like it too:)
    Thanks for visiting.

    To jaanpehchan: Love never changes...we do. Thank you for visiting.

    To jeaniemcbain: Thank you. I appreciate you stopping by.

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  31. As a poetess I cannot imagine reading anything sweeter than these words you have penned masterful poet.

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  32. Hello Neva, a warm welcome is extended to you. Thank you for the compliment...you are most kind.

    Thanks also for becoming my newest follower. I always try to return the kindness and am following you too:-)

    Best wishes, newest friend!

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  33. Andy,

    Your lady poetess is a very lucky lady, to have such charming words bestowed upon her.
    You indeed have a gift of words, to share.
    Lovely words Andy...
    My Best Regards to you this week,
    Eileen :)

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  34. My dear Eileen, thank you for such heartfelt comments. I'm always happy to hear from you.

    I hope you are well and wish you a great week ahead!

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  35. And what poetess would not be wooed by this!

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  36. Such a beautiful and touching piece, you really feel the support and balance between the two in the poem.

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  37. To Daydreamertoo: Smiling...it seems we can all relate to this one. Thanks for visiting.

    To mindlovemisery: Thank you for commenting & taking the time to stop by.

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