Tag: Lovers Month

Lovers Month Poem and Giveaway..

Posted February 27, 2013 by Karen in Poetry / 0 Comments

Remembrance of Love Could you recall a better time? when laughter spilt like red wine, the flowers bloomed on our table, holding each other whenever able. Could you imagine better days? rolling amidst summer hay, gentle kisses upon the beach, […]

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Lovers Month Poem: My Daughter..

Posted February 25, 2013 by Karen in Poetry / 0 Comments

My Daughters Hand seen the first time in black and white grainy image behind your hand you hide thumb in mouth already so soon seeking comfort from in the womb next time seen in living color flailing wildly tiny fist […]

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Lovers Month Poem: this. by Mi..

Posted February 20, 2013 by Karen in Poetry / 3 Comments

This. Cradled against his chest Crook of his arm, head rest His hand clutching breast Long since undressed Silence, save my sigh His hand caressing upper thigh Wouldn’t dare move or try Enjoying afterglow high Nestled in tight Holding me […]

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Lovers Month Guest Post: Sylva..

Posted February 14, 2013 by Karen in Guest Post / 33 Comments

“Courtly Love” by Professor Gabriel O. Emerson, Associate Professor of Italian Studies, University of Toronto. Sex and love are not the same. I’ve lectured on this subject in the past and usually, my claim is accepted without argument.  What’s more […]

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Lovers Month Poem: Love by Dar..

Posted February 14, 2013 by Karen in Poetry / 1 Comment

When lovers meet, become entwined. What do you think goes through their minds? What wonders spark that simple thing? They lie there, stand there…oh such things. Such delights and pleasure held. Something special yet withheld. Someone standing in the dark? […]

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