lauralee_sugah's Blog Entries

17 Apr 2014 10:24

a yellow moon drips like honey
through moody clouds.
my warm sigh
accompanies stars
tossed into the ink-washed sky
by caressing fingers.
the words in me
have become a sacred sadness.
i wish we could be real
just for the life
of this sparkling trail...

#nationalpoetrymonth

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16 Apr 2014 06:22

the last love letter joins the wind
dressed in shades of sunrise.
scattered dreams
vandalize the hours
with colors of smoke
and painted prayers
wherever they rest.

#nationalpoetrymonth

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15 Apr 2014 09:39

let me worship your feet.

14 Apr 2014 06:09

what i want cannot be taken.
it must be offered freely...
although not always gently.
it is in the wildness
of heaving moments
that truth is told,
bonds are made,
love is held forever.

#nationalpoetrymonth

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13 Apr 2014 09:57

12 Apr 2014 19:51

LOTS of wine and funny stories at a bookstore tonight..... i am not always wise... but it was fun.

i am sparkly!!!



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12 Apr 2014 00:32

11 Apr 2014 10:30

10 Apr 2014 21:10

09 Apr 2014 22:27

the moonlit desert
absorbs the sound
of ragged breath.
my mind is overwhelmed
by that raw-edged ache
of dark anticipation.
come to me on arid breezes.
hide inside my aroused heart.

#nationalpoetrymonth

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09 Apr 2014 07:40

the sound of soft raindrops
combines with birdsong.
my voice is an ache
as i call your name.
come astound me
with your kisses.

#nationalpoetrymonth

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08 Apr 2014 13:19

my newest poem is "mirror woman". please take a look!

http://www.lushstories.com/stories/erotic-poems/mirror-woman.aspx

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08 Apr 2014 05:42

I hadn't lost him for I had never had him, and I had no right to complain since I had only loaned myself to him. ~ Simone de Beauvoir

07 Apr 2014 09:31

she rolled the warm cup
back and forth across her cheek.
eyes closed,
mouth curved
at the sensual pleasure
of her seductive lure.
the whole coffee shop
was enthralled.

#nationalpoetrymonth

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06 Apr 2014 16:41

There is a field, beyond right and wrong, I will meet you there. ~Rumi