A quiet interlude of two consenting minds
connecting in desired agreement
A gentle kiss becoming delectable
bodies embracing, passion flaring
the baring of equally loving souls
Each giving to fulfillment
over the moon ending
for the next
Lauren Scott © 2012
36 thoughts on “In-Between Life”
I love the rhythm! Great imagery too.
Thanks so much, Stutij, and I appreciate your visit, too!
Thanks, Caddo! 🙂
Thanks, Sharon! 🙂 🙂
Wow!! Passionate, spiritual and beautiful!
Thanks, Betty, I was thinking of when the kids were little and these quiet moments were hard to find~ 🙂
Ah yes, I remember those days!!! 🙂
Thanks, Kaytee! 🙂
Oh, I love the last few lines of this Lauren … still building but then the reader needs no more – very good.
Thanks, Pam, for your lovely insight…I had a different ending, but glad I thought of this instead, because it ties the whole message together~
Thank you! Hugs
This is very passionate, Lauren…Very well written, my friend…I love it!
Thank you for your time spent in my space last evening…I enjoyed your visit…As always!
Have a wonderful day!
Thanks, Deb, I wrote this after thinking of when the kids were little and finding these quiet interludes weren’t as easy as bk (before kids 🙂 )
I’m glad you liked it and I’ll be over your way again…I don’t know how I’ll ever catch up! 🙂
beautiful rhythm, and amazing poetry!! very greatly put together 🙂
Thanks so much, Abi! I appreciate your feedback, as always, and I’ll visit your way soon! 🙂
This is lovely! So beautiful!
Thanks so much, Jen! 🙂
This poem is marvellous. It seems to expand out, not only in the physical form but also in its pace and depiction, and then it tightens to one point: rendezvous. Excellent stuff.
Oh, thank you very much, for your insightful description; I truly appreciate your kind words!
It’s a sweet, lovely & beautiful poem. What a imagination!! Liked it 🙂
Thank you again, Rajkishore! 🙂
This poem makes me want to run out and have a rendezvous too.
Very lovely perfection in line lengths, rhythms, language all matching the prelude, interlude and postlude of this romantic encounter, ending with my favorite lines here:
Over the moon ending
for the next
Rendezvous”—————–especially the part about
descending into anticipation.
Oh, thanks, again, Rose! I changed the ending at the last minute and glad I did, as this one fits better and ties the moment together~
Thanks, Jason! 🙂
very Beautiful! Much enjoyed the read Francina
Thanks so much, Francina! 🙂
I like, I like!! Keep up the good work……
A magnificent indulgence, and beautifully worded as always, my talented friend!
I love that I can always go here when I need to read something positive! Thanks for sharing LS