·ɕ· camellia ·ɕ· {redux}

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between raindrops
a light scent of  musk
drifted through the air

reaching a man
sitting alone

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as though
in a dream
 the irresistible scent
drew the man
to a beautiful tree

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dark pink flowers
with delicate centers
called to him
waiting
to be plucked

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one blossom
stood out
untouched by the rain
glowing
as if  lit from within

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the man
held the fragile flower
ever so gently in his hand
with no memory
of  how it got there

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he walked back to his cottage
 layed down
upon his bed
and lightly
began stroking its petals

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he teased
the center nibs
feeling them
become erect
under his fingertips

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softly
he stroked
the deepest
center
of  the bloom

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a
small
sigh
caused
petals to flutter

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he
could not resist
licking the deep center
with
the tip of  his tongue

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a sweet nectar
began
to flow…
greedily
he licked every drop

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he became
intoxicated
by the heady scent
and the  ambrosia
upon his tongue

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closing his eyes
for just a moment
he opened them
upon
a wondrous sight

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next to him
lay a beautiful woman
her luscious pink lips
smiling
at him

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they kissed
igniting
the fires
of
a fierce passion

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no choice
but
to
give themselves over
to their desire

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long, slow kisses
licking…
tasting…
nibbling…
hungry for more

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hands
exploring…
caressing…
stroking…
pleasuring one another

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their bodies joined
as passion grew
until
it could be contained
no longer

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an explosion
that shook their world
leaving them spent
content
in each other’s arms

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he was awakened
by
the morning sun
shining
through the windows

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next to him
lay a dark pink blossom
wilted
but still beautiful
…he smiled

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please click HERE to read two amazing sensual spring poems from Leslie Moon { @moondustwriter }

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“Camellia”    Soul Eater

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i would like to thank    Ainsley Allmark    for kindly allowing me to use his beautiful    photograph    from his    twitpic photostream.

his gogyohka for this photograph is:

“Soft
petals…
Camelia
turns
toward the sun”

Please click on any of  the   Dolphin    links in the blogroll at the bottom of  the page to see more of his stunning photographs and amazing poetry.

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previously posted 21 May 2011

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this is part of  my celebrate spring with flowers mini-series

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click  HERE  to find out more about camellias

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this is my submission to these FABulous sites for poets ~

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OpenLinkNight ~ Week 36    at   dVerse ~ Poets Pub 
submit a new or old poem

thank you, claudia!

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The Poetry Pantry #92     at     Poets United
submit a new or old poem

thank you, Robert!

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Kenia’s Wednesday Challenge    at    imaginary garden with real toads
prompt:    write about the connection between humans and nature

thank you, Kenia!

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i am also participating in ~

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NaBloPoMo Soup

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38 responses to “·ɕ· camellia ·ɕ· {redux}

  1. Spring Fever indeed! The sap certainly begins rising as warm days commence. You worked the metaphor very well – I liked the way it all ended with the dark flower upon the pillow.

  2. I was delighted to see an anime soundtrack posted on your blog as well. Now I don’t feel any guilt about mine at all (not that I felt much to begin with ;) ).

    • i take music from television commercials and programs ~ anime is certainly a better source than those, don’t you think? {smile} thank you for your visit and comment!

  3. Pheeew…that was some flower he picked. Very sensual write. Lovely!

    • thank you! ♥ this was one of those poems that just flowed upon seeing the gorgeous photograph. i appreciate your visit and kind comment.

  4. That’s beautiful. I love it!

    By the way, mine (Fireblossom’s) is dedicated to…YOU!

  5. i remember this one…and def love the sensuality you bring out in it…whew….i may need to find a spring shower to cool me off a bit…the intimacy with nature though is a beautiful thing…i love being out in it…so refreshing…

  6. This was like a beautiful dream. Lovely.

  7. I admire the build-up of the mood as the poem progresses, and love the culmination of the man waking to the blossom. Good one!

  8. oh my goodness….i need a shower…ha….it’s hot in here…smiles…nice…!!!!

  9. Shawna

    The first half was so beautiful, and far more erotic than the second. I didn’t even find it necessary for you to ever say that the flower became a woman; that was quite evident in the way he touched the flower. This is not a criticism; it’s a sincere compliment about the power of the first half … incredibly strong visuals. These are my favorite parts:

    “between raindrops a light scent of musk drifted through the air reaching a man sitting alone”

    “one blossom stood out untouched by the rain glowing as if lit from within”

    “the man held the fragile flower ever so gently in his hand with no memory of how it got there”

  10. hedgewitch

    Warm, isn’t it? A lovely pink metaphor…hot pink, I think. Enjoyed it, dani.

  11. Alluring and mystical….
    You did give us a sauna view
    I liked all the guided imagery and
    the magic you wove!

  12. Very nice sensual piece….happy spring day to you ~

  13. Just beautiful! I am always so excited when spring arrives each year.

  14. I really enjoyed how small you grew in the scent of the flower flowing between the raindrops. This entire poem is filled with richness of the flower and the intimate experience with it. Very beautiful!

  15. This is a perfect poem to illustrate how mankind’s relationship with nature should be — sweet, loving, satisfying.

    Kay, Alberta, Canada

  16. Spring blooms sensuous….nice work. This is Susie Clevenger from confessions of a laundry goddess…..I am signed in here from my twitter account

    • thank you, Susie! ♥ i appreciate your visit and kind comment and for letting me know who you are {of course i know your blog!} but i’m rarely on twitter these days.

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