Sow – 5 Lines
I touched the earth of your soul with gentleness,
as you touched mine
a bed of passion unfenced,
and together we sowed a myriad seeds
where bloom perennial intimacies of love.
Filed under Five Lines, life, love, poetry, romance
Tagged as "Perennial Intimacies", love, passion, soul, Sow
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Thank you Sandy
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I love this.
Thank you so much.
You are welcome.
and I can’t tell you how much I appreciate fulfilling my request. A beautiful soulful amalgamation of words.
So kind, I do appreciate your response
Loved this piece Paul. Excellent choice of words👍
Many thanks Radhika, very kind.
Lol….Beautiful title & I love the poem
Thank you so much OJ
My pleasure dear friend
Great romantic written, Paul! Thank you, and excuse. Once again a delay. 😉
Best wishes for the weekend. Michael
Great to hear from you Michael, and thanks
I loved it! It is so beautiful, Paul!
So glad you found it so Winnie
Thank you, feeling encouraged
That is exquisite
Wow, thank you
Thank you so much Kae
Quite beautiful. You are a romantic for sure. Thanks for sharing.
Thank you Patricia, I feel that way.
Really delightful, you have talent … get published Paul!
Actually, it seems that’s on a few people’s minds, I am going to explore that avenue, thankyou for encouraging.
yes when you hear a chorus you need to listen!
Depends what key they’re in.
in sync …
Is that a new band? 🙂
nope, I dance to my own tune 🙂
I also had this hare-brained idea that a few of us could combine to do a small book, a collection, one poem each.
or three each … maybe ten poets … love the idea as people are more likely to buy a broader collection than a book by one !
Yes, and it might help to share the process somehow if we were to use an online format.
agreed, an e-book, get co-ordinating the creation coz there are some super talented poets here on WP … want an email of who I think are best?
Perhaps there are two ways of approaching this. A free for all invite, first in etc. Or we curate by invitation?
emailed you …
Reblogged this on The Reluctant Poet.
Thank you – very kind.
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