Our Treasures, Distilled (Spoken Word Poetry)

 

Filigree of gold,
Sensual, lush lacework,
Your body, your regalia,
Lavaliere of my love.

Molten, heat’s marking,
Softly melted, aureate gilding,
Spreading, liquid brilliance,
Your skin glistening for me.

Queen in my eyes,
Your supplicant, your servant,
Your whispers, my orders,
Consummation complete.

So take me, so wanting,
Hot murmurs, neck needing,
Jeweled kisses, soft breathing,
My moisture, endowed.

Goddess, my worship,
My gemstones, I offer,
To hold you, to love you,
Your fantasies to fill.

Your halcyon elegance,
My chiseled, diamond edges,
Raw desire, blazing passion,
Our treasures, distilled.

Β© 2019 W. C. Stacia, Jr.

79 thoughts on “Our Treasures, Distilled (Spoken Word Poetry)

      1. Lol it’s nice to have a bit of lighthearted fun isn’t it! Havea good day. I have just woken up from my night’s sleep. X

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    1. Thank God I am not the only one telling you this, Bill. Your voice is just marvelous and musical per se. In addition, you know exactly how to use the right tone, pitch and pauses when necessary. In doing so, you let the listener linger in the musicality and sensuality of your verses. πŸ‘

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      1. That is so very kind of you Marta!! Thank you!! I’m trying to practice as I intend to include spoken word poetry in my ebook. I really enjoy reading, and I’m glad you enjoyed it! Have a wonderful day!

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      2. You too, Bill. Please, let me know when your e-book is ready. I will definitely buy it as I told you. The fact is I never tire of your poetry and your topics about unrequited love, sexual desire, the longing to love and be loved, the fleeting moments of love’s highs and the desperate lows when it goes away and leaves you in a state of loneliness, the blurring of dream and reality, the opposite yet complementary issues of illusion and delusion… Wow, you always have that much to say… What about sexual desire and longing for true love with people whose ages are very different? This is again my friend Mario Savioni writing about this. I highly recommend you his last post. As you already know, he is a great friend of mine, Without him I would never have started my blog and come across you and some other talented writers. I do appreciate your following my blog, but I would be immensely happy, a lot happier (and Mario too), if you could check out his last post. He is a far better writer than myself; instead, he gets too little attention. Chapter 5 works as a totally independent unit that can be read and fully comprehended without having to read the previous chapters. Link: https://savioni.wordpress.com/2019/02/07/pickles-and-tarts-chapter-5/

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      3. Thank you you Marta! Just looked at it and it was very good indeed. And, I love your work as well. So rich and filled with wonderful imagery.

        I am very happy we crossed paths!

        Have a nice evening!

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  1. It’s pretty sensuous and scintillating, more so because it is recited passionately, with perfection intonation and diction. It’s a kind of poem a reader will like to hear to in late evening with few drinks and be lost in the words and your voice.

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