Romancing My Mind (Spoken Word Poetry)

 

 

Florid rich words
My eyes hungry still,
Wanting of fill,
Gorge on your verse
Each letter,
So soft.

Sensuous syllables,
Crafted by you,
Argentine murmurs,
Released from your heart,
Delivered so supple,
Just drip down on me…

One,

By,

One,

Twisting rivulets formed by
Gentle moist meanings,
Now gracing my cheek,
Your beauty defined.

Such a purposeful pen,
Love glimpses released,
Evocative thoughts,
Relishing lush tease,
Now filling my soul.

Whispers, your message
Caressing my heart,
Not here in my arms
So distant,
So rare,
You reach me regardless…

Romancing my mind.

 

© 2018 W. C. Stacia, Jr.

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43 thoughts on “Romancing My Mind (Spoken Word Poetry)

      1. You are so welcome Bill!

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    1. So glad you liked it! Thank you!

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      1. You’re welcome😍

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  1. This is so gorgeous…. and it says so well what I alluded to about wanting ‘someone’ to “write about me”. I love love love reading someone’s words (no matter who they are written about… maybe even no real person) and putting myself in them. I think it’s a good writer who can do that, make the reader feel as if it’s just for them. Just such a gorgeous poem, Bill.

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    1. That is so incredibly kind of you Tara. I’m really glad that my efforts are meaningful and important to you!!

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  2. beautifully passionate. Love it, Bill.🙂👍

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    1. Thank you so much Helene!!!!

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  3. wonderful feast for the senses here Bill, the tempo and flow of words from you is melodic and so very rich, and letting myself feel the words, a wonderful fragrance emanates.

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    1. That’s such a beautiful way to describe it Gina…thank you so much for those thoughts!!

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  4. Beautifully written!

    😊!

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      1. You’re very welcome!!

        😊

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  5. Romantic and sensuous words Bill! Imagery of penning words infusing with sensuous release is alluring! Your words are romance in itself!

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  6. The flow of your poem is perfect, Bill. Deliciously sensuous and passionate dreams of romance.

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    1. So many thanks Marta! Glad you enjoyed it!!

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      1. I always enjoy your poems, but there are those that especially speak to me like this one.

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      2. Thank you Marta!!! That is so kind of you to say.

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      3. Well, that’s just the truth, my friend.

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    1. Really appreciate it Gianna. So many thanks.

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  7. Always the sensuous romantic, a rare find today. Keep sharing.

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    1. So glad the you enjoyed it Candia. Thank you!

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  8. Excellent and Beautifully expressed !! You’re doing really great with the Spoken Word. 😊

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    1. Thank you Jamie!! I’ve gotten really involved with it now…love spoken word!

      I plan to publish an entire spoken word version of my eBook subsequent to that release this spring. I’ve got a recording session scheduled for 13 April. It’s a little scary…but I feel compelled. Just enjoy this way of communicating, really.

      Thank you, as always for your support and so generous comments!!

      🙂 🙂

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      1. Oh that’s so great!!! Good luck with everything. I’m sure you’ll do a wonderful job. You have a great voice and reading pace. All your practice has really paid off. And how exciting is that!! Congratulations!!!

        😊😊

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      2. So many thanks! Fingers crossed!

        🙂 🙂

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      3. My pleasure!!! I’m excited for you!

        😊😊

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