Stimulating the Senses

Cologne on the neck

Of the man you adore.

Perfume on the woman

You leave wanting more.

 

Rain on the grass

Just after a storm.

Brilliant new flowers,

The air silky and warm.

 

The breath on your cheeks

From a baby’s wee cough.

A delicate moment

Where nothing is off.

 

The sight of a sunrise

Just kissing the sky.

A snow covered lake

The air crisp, cold and dry.

 

The senses were meant

To be stirred and caressed,

A stimulating moment

With which you are blessed.

13 thoughts on “Stimulating the Senses

  1. barbtaub

    I read this lovely poem and realized two things. First, I’ve missed you LOTS! And second, that [insert much expletive descriptive terminology] WordPress did it again. I haven’t been getting notices of your posts. But fingers-crossed I’m signed on again.

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