This Sensuous Language of Love: A Life Circle and Poem of Hope: About Love and Non Verbal Flirtation
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‘This Sensuous Language of Love’: A Life Circle and Seductive Poem of Hope: About Love and Non Verbal Flirtation; by Pearldiver. It is amazing how non verbal communication can and often does create the scene and the ongoing basis of some incredibly sensual relationships. There are many times throughout any day that calls for a smile, a hand signal, which of course is read without words, dependent on other information, including what digits were used. We know this style of non verbal communication because we learn it from our peers at early ages. But when it comes to learning the sensuous language of love that is contained within a whole different set of signals; we generally find that even our peers fall short in their knowledge.
Not everyone can pick up on what’s going on, non verbally, between two people as the art of seduction calls for certain subtleties, which are responded to in; you guessed it, more subtleties. Women tend to be the better of the sexes at giving and receiving body language signals. There are many subtle non verbal signs that flow at any party, in any mixed working environment; in fact anywhere. Unless they really understand women, most guys really do struggle to read the messages and often completely miss the opportunity to play one of the most seductive games they’ll ever (if they're lucky) experience! It is after all a game that was invented by a very smart set of women! Exclusive invitation only... So hit the books or take the time to study the beauty of the moves... if you can!
Oh yes, don’t go out there looking for any single sign, because you won’t read it correctly. You need to be looking for a sequence of signs and events. Did I mention that you also need to be able to read what is and what isn’t being staged and most importantly; the power of the glint in your possible future lover’s eyes? Beyond that; I am not going to say anymore. I have always loved the game, I learned it very early in my life and well, please enjoy; this sensuous language of love; by Pearldiver.
© Copyright 2010 - 2012 Pearldiver Poetry with all rights reserved.
Sensuous Language of Love.
Am I so wrong being such a man?
For catching that playful glint in your eyes
Unseen by busy others in the room
Sent by that playful, teasing moon
To catch only the eye of one who
Spoke the language of glint in a glance
Fluently, seductively, silently to you
Secretly, shamelessly in front of the faces
Of all those standing between us here
Can average lovers describe those moments?
Perhaps it is best to not ask, best, they not try
But just take the intensity
and warmly smile (te quiero)
Take the stirring excitement
and damply touch (te amo)
Full lips gently against our
wine glasses and glance
Our sign, unseen, that from
this moment on (estoye loco por ti)
We are entwined in this lover’s madness
Secretly, shamelessly oblivious too
Dancing past the blurred faces around us
Do words actually exist for others to learn?
This subtle, sensuous language of glint
Oh yes, it requires playful confidence
Found only in moonlit lashes, the scent
Of a beautiful woman left to stand alone
That split second where her vulnerability
Is exposed, needing to be unseen, or rescued
By only the fluency of glinting eyes, seductively
Silently, masterly in this body language of lovers
Was I so wrong being such a lover?
I have lived only for and by the teasing moon
A silent quest to love such lovely strangers
Receptive lovers of glint and spontaneity alike
All know the answers, they know the thrill
I met you this way, we both knew the heights we'd share
We both knew that we never had
to speak, in words
In any moon, in any crowd, alone, seeking moonlit glinting eyes
That look, that scent, taste, that intense forbidden rush, I've shared
Playful, teasing moon catch her eyes so
Catch them glinting, each day we live as lovers
Dancing in our lover’s world, past the years blurred
Carry our secrets, our desires throughout all time
So if time shows, only our faces and hearts so old
Then playful, teasing moon always let new lovers dream
Tell them of our secret love, our lives and why, there's glint in every moonbeam...
© Copyright 2010 - 2012 Pearldiver Poetry with all rights reserved.
Some you will meet in life will really make you feel like this.
And by: The Art of Seduction.
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