Friday, August 15, 2008


Human emotion is sometimes so difficult to understand and live with. Do we really, ever understand what drives us on or holds us back in the pursuit of meaningful relationships. Whether it be parent to child, siblings, friends, teenage sweethearts, lovers or married couples; all good relationships experience some level of intimacy.

The following words give more insight into intimacy: closeness, friendship, familiarity, confidentiality, privacy, confidence, affection, love, warmth and understanding.

Sometimes fears rise up and keep us from experiencing the level of intimacy we are seeking...


Early morning light
Mouth moving over me
Breath, sighing on my flesh


Restless hands searching
Sparks ignite, burning
Already inflamed senses


Intimacy revealed
Too much too soon
Nowhere to hide


Emotions rise above lust
Mirrored in your eyes
The unforgivable--Love!

This is the first poem in a series of posts I'm planning on Friendship and Intimacy.


  1. Amazing, as always. Your grasp of the human condition is beautiful.
    That last line, the unforgiveable--love' makes me think of my WTC and where they are headed.
    :) Love it!
    So much wrapped up in such few words.

  2. I'M SO BEHIND IN MY BLOG READING!!! I love this! You do such a wonderful job on this creation. Your words are gorgeous and crunchy and tasty and full of imagery. Great job!

  3. Lovely, dear. I really like the idea of you taking a theme and expanding on it - like the many aspects of intimacy. Brilliant, and I'm sure you have so many more. Really enjoyed this - brief, but poignant. Well done!

  4. You said a lot with a little. I love that!

  5. I'm red? Ooooh, I don't know about that.

    Your Hair Should Be Red
    Passionate, fiery, and sassy.
    You're a total smart aleck who's got the biggest personality around.

  6. Oops. Sorry, wrong place.

    I meant to say it'a a great poem. It strikes me as new love.

  7. Considering the poem could have been about any kind of intimacy, I think you were very clear. It's a strong start. I'm looking forward to your other poems.


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