To Kiss Your Burled Lip

To Kiss Your Burled Lip

To kiss your burled lip;
to sculpt your body with lover’s touch
with feathered stroke of artist’s brush
and form a long-lost lover’s hush.

To sigh a couplet of new rhyme;
to form a paired quatrain
with ease of a familiar verse
and look at you again.

To paint the night with tenderness;
to mold the hours with lover’s hands
and spin the potter’s wheel of desire
while ‘round the oil of passion bend.

To touch the well-worn canvas
entwined on well-versed bowered couch.
We sculpt the newest love event
as Technicolor fades to dusk.

The Lover's touch

The author & husband enjoying each other's company.
The author & husband enjoying each other's company. | Source
Bill & Anna Stabnow early in their marriage.
Bill & Anna Stabnow early in their marriage. | Source

My Paramour

By A.Gagliardi

Allow me to caress your foot with mine.

Permit my leg to wrap around thine;

my hair to tickle your shoulder,

my head to rest upon your chest.

Consent to a kiss

from my lips to yours,

our hearts racing as one

swift as the wind.

Tolerate my touch.

Allow an hour or more -

the couch; the floor.

Concede to be my paramour.

More by this Author

Comments 5 comments

agaglia profile image

agaglia 7 years ago Author

I wrote this poem for and to my husband while we were vacationing in San Fransisco. What a great city to get in the mood.

profile image

tlmntim9 5 years ago

Yes I see now, Good work

agaglia profile image

agaglia 5 years ago Author

timntim9, Thank you for reading and for commenting.

lois huffman 3 years ago

I love both the pictures you posted of you and tim and your folks. And is that the picture of them that i sent, i believe it is. it's great and i still have that picture. luv and hugs to you both.... lois and larry

agaglia profile image

agaglia 3 years ago Author

Hi Lois, Thank you for your comments. Yes that photo of my folks is the one you sent. Any more you want to send me?

Read a poem this month - April is poetry month. Check out some of my other poems, too.

    Sign in or sign up and post using a HubPages Network account.

    0 of 8192 characters used
    Post Comment

    No HTML is allowed in comments, but URLs will be hyperlinked. Comments are not for promoting your articles or other sites.

    Click to Rate This Article