Posted by Kay Salady
Divinity searches souls with eyes
So haunting that they paralyze
Open hearts of onlookers
With stunning captive stare
She gathers them in
To drink her wine
©Kay Salady Poetry
Posted on December 14, 2011, in poetry and tagged divinity, haunting, lust, Nonet, onlookers, paralyze, stunning. Bookmark the permalink. 29 Comments.
Very compelling. Love the image, too. : )
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Thank you very much, Elyas!
is that a nonet?
formatting is nice, pretty 🙂 happy rally!!
Yes, it is. Thank you!
Very beautiful, Kay.
As ever, thank you Charles!
wonderful use of form 🙂 and aside the form, the content is simply gorgeous!
I am so honored by your lovely comment, Liliana!
Wow–the lust of a goddess sounds pretty cool. K.
the form, i loved it, and the words, i will remember them.
I am deeply moved, Mister Singh.
perfect form and rhythms,
Thank you so much! I hope I’ve done this lady justice. She’s gorgeous. I need to locate her and show her this poem. 🙂
poo! Nice piece here.
eroticism following intimidation.
good job on this one…I like it.
I liked both the form and the content of this one…nicely done
Thought the form looked strangely familiar… *giggle* Beautiful words, Kay! As always! Thank you for sharing your creative talent!
Thanks, CC. I appreciate that. 😉
Nice nonet form and words ~ she looks stunning ~
Kay, always such a pleasure to visit you and see what you have written. I loved it!!! Blessings, Terri
Thanks Terri! I also love your work. I will be featuring one of your poems this week! 🙂
You are welcome, Kay, and thank you :)!
Who is she, this lady of lust? You have sort of immortalized her, Kay!
Her stare drew me in,
To all the warmth she had within,
There I stayed for I knew I must,
Overwhelmed and captivated by my lust.
Your poem has great power, Kay.
Thank you, Dan! I am really happy to have brought such pleasure to others. Thank you for your poem!
Like only a true goddess can
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