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When in the throws of passion with your man
The chills and thrills might yield a screaming rush
Making you squeeze skin and pillow in hands
Bringing loud gasps of air to silent hush

So, when lovemaking with your ever love
Is it all about burning in the bed?
Such love, though tasty, falls not from above
It's just the gift that honors where you\'re led

What truly speaks to heart matters is this
A simple question all women must ask
What does he do in times when lips don\'t kiss?
What does he do when you call him to task?

If only in the sheets ardor appears
You've not known him or truly loved, my dear


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The following comments are for "Sonnet: Passion's Tease"
by innarae

Passion's Tease
I think it could just be the "my dear" at the end, but for some reason this really reminded me of the poetry of Dorothy Parker (which is a good thing), only this is more Zen and less cynicism... like the way embraces the playful possibilities of the sonnet form, wise in it's way too... and believe me, the lesson applies as much to men as to women.

thanks for this.

( Posted by: AuldMiseryGuts [Member] On: February 7, 2007 )

men, too?
...and that is most certainly a thought i had not considered while writing this one! i'm glad you took the time and found some enjoyment with this play...

( Posted by: innarae [Member] On: December 29, 2007 )





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