Monday, October 29, 2012

The Drought is Over



Kiss me
to the bone
with your
rosebud lips.
Make me oblivious
to thunder.

Dance through my veins
as I breathe you in.
Drenched and dripping,
surely I will drown
in you.

Enfold me in
your arms
as rain
puddles at our feet.
Gene Kelley
ain’t got nothin’ on us.


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18 comments:

  1. Kiss me to the bone. Love that line.
    This made me think of gene Kelly too.

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  2. All warm and fuzzy today
    Thunder is okay
    But if struck by lightning literally
    They'd feel that I'd bet at my sea

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  3. Oh to be Cyd Charisse for just one day .... one of my favorite Mags this week, Ms. Mary!

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  4. Wonder if the thunder is a cause or an effect of their lips meeting ! . Keep safe over there, US of A

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  5. make me oblivious to thunder....ha...now that is one deep kiss...love the adjective of it as well being a rosebud kiss...smiles.

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  6. It is an amazing line! A wonderful write Mary!! :-)

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  7. Let's all dance in the rain together? :)

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  8. The drought is over - let the drench begin. Lovely.

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  9. damn girl, just damn
    daaaayyyyuuummm

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  10. Wow, that was amazing! great work!

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  11. Oh I love "oblivious to thunder"...

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  12. Poor Gene Kelley - all that work down the swanee......! This truly is love if they can outdo Gene!

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  13. 'Kiss me to the bone' - wonderful as is the rest of your piece.

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