Two Glasses Ting - Poem By Cathy Nerujen
Two Glasses Ting
Where is the clink that goes into each and every champagne glass? This is a poem that traces romantic love between two people from the inside of two glasses they both are sipping from...
Two Glasses Ting
When two glasses ting -
they make a sound -
the noise is like a bell -
it rings a thrill
so strongly felt -
the sound that
all is well -
two glasses ting
amid the fray -
among us as we dance -
above our strong eye contact -
where we lovers love to glance -
Two glasses ting -
so slim, long-necked -
and slender at the top -
so poised - so right -
not held too tight -
before the bubbles pop -
the bubbles rise -
and overflow -
a fountain wet and nice -
and to our lips
we drink each other -
and have us with some ice -
For Lovers everywhere, whether for a festive season or just a festive mood, or special moments - who have sweet romantic dreams and hopes in their hearts. And this poem is for my wonderful bubbly and sweet Fehl, the most awesome woman in my life. You make me ting.
Copyright (c) 2013 - 2015 Cathy Nerujen. All Rights reserved.
This is just one of several poems in a series of romantic poetry I am publishing on Hub Pages, and there are many more in a forthcoming book of romantic poems coming in 2015.
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