Secure in your absence
Waves of buoyancy soothe
Pillow clouds form your name
Of little comfort now, Inamorato
Forced to let my feelings show
Tonight, I stumble and admit
What I’d give for your kiss


26 thoughts on “Beloved

  1. Those waves help soothe again — I like that you’re drawn to them. And I have to admit that I had to look up Inamorato, as I had no clue what it meant. Thanks for expanding my vocabulary πŸ™‚


    • Hey, Gus. πŸ™‚ I bet we’d both enjoy a little time by the water. I could use extra time there lately. I’m having to struggle a bit to form some sort of poetry. I guess I’m growing intellectually right now, or something because I’m seconds away from babble at this point. Inamorato, isn’t it a wonderful word. I love it. Maybe someone will call their man, Inamorato, because of my using it. Maybe I’ll use it one day. You’re always welcome. πŸ™‚


    • I get those times, too, when writing is a struggle. While they’re certainly frustrating, I chalk it up to my creativity having a rough day. As much as I’d love every day to be smooth with writing, it’s not in the cards. At least for me. Maybe there are writers out there whose stories flow beautifully and smoothly every time they sit down at the computer. I hope your struggle quiets down and your poetry writing comes back πŸ™‚


  2. Wow… of course, the word “Inamorento” is like a gem making this jewel gleam even more… wonderful piece. You’re wonderful Audrey πŸ™‚ β™₯β™₯


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