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January 15, 2015

day late and a word short….

No meds
like the touch
of your skin

music surrounds me
when your whisper
caresses me alive


From → dverse, poetry

  1. I like Number 1. Please inform my doctor. 🙂

  2. touching…

  3. Sensual 🙂

  4. So tender:)

  5. Lovely…such a wonderful touch. Thank you.

  6. Ah–lovely–we all like. k.

  7. Sensuously beautiful bill! Whether 10 or 9 does it matter?


  8. Sensual, like a gown or great piece of street art! 😉

    • Whenas in silks my Julia goes,
      Then, then (methinks) how sweetly flows
      That liquefaction of her clothes.

      Next, when I cast mine eyes, and see
      That brave vibration each way free,
      O how that glittering taketh me!

      Robert Herrick

  9. ah, yes, the touch of someone you love dearly is quite the healer.

  10. a word short but, a nice twist..

  11. The healing power of a loved one’s touch…beautiful, no more words needed!

  12. Beautiful… and I’m two days late!

  13. Ha, I like how you went against the grain with nine words. 🙂

  14. Nothing like the warmth of someone’s touch! Both are beautifully captured.

  15. Music surrounds me: magical.

  16. Snakypoet (Rosemary Nissen-Wade) permalink

    Nine words must be perfect — these are gorgeous!

  17. Sweet. The nine worded verses are well-penned. 🙂

  18. smiles…nothing better than the touch of a loved one…

  19. Ha ha, you seem to have rewritten the rules. Very expressive nine words though.

  20. Glenn Buttkus permalink

    Why not a nine Word go; terrific piece regardless; makes me want to do one where each of ten stanzas come down a word, so the last one would be a single word; maybe “Diminishing Returns” form; lots of fun out on the trail tonight; thanks for your boldness.

  21. I like the ‘feel’ of this one! Sensual but understated.

  22. sensual
    liked it

  23. I love this poem….you’ve touched this on point. 🙂

  24. Nine is a good number. It works well with your words… I like how sweet the piece is.

  25. you know it has been proven that physical touch actually causes physical changes in the body that generate healing…so i am right with you there….

  26. Nothing like the touch of the skin ~ Nine words are good enough for me, smiles ~

  27. Love that first one–interestingly I’ve learned, as a nurse (an old one), people have a lesser chance of getting better if they don’t have someone to get better for. So there’s a clinical validity to your point.

  28. Lovely! I have to go look at the prompt–

  29. Ha…the 9Word!

  30. Wow .. that’s a set of meds.. what a wonderful touch,

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