One Single Impression: Tactile

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A soft touch
I am one
I have one
You will know me
I swear it
By my soft touch
Though you are anything but
A soft touch yourself.
Hold me in your hand long enough
And you will take my shape
Loosen your hold
Feel
What I am
Whatever I am
I will warm to your touch
You will warm to mine
You are soft
You will say
I won't argue
Won't say a word
You are soft;
I know everything about you
I have become you.

One Single Impression

Comments

  1. great pic to go with a nice poetry! :D

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  2. Interesting photo. I don't understand your poem this time. . . but perhaps that is ok. Maybe reading it another day, I will . . . maybe not. It's enough to know you do.

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  3. What a fine poem, Sandy. I've read it several times with great interest, the words follow one another in a fantastic soft music. The photo is nice too.

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  4. interesting poem, it has lots of levels of understanding and meaning and rhythm to it...like the photo also.

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  5. Oh Sandy, this is wonderful! Love comes through every line.

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  6. beautiful snap with nice poem.

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  7. Very nice water capture!

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  8. This poem is so beautifully multi-layered. It's sensual, and yet, it has a PG rating. I love it Sandy.

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  9. The two shall become one, in love. Beautiful, Sandy.

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  10. Hi Sandy, Reading most everyday. Just cutting down on comments. Great stuff. Pappy

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  11. i can feel your words, they send warming sensations down my synapses!

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  12. Lovely and tender.

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  13. perfect match. the water adjusts to its environment.

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  14. A great take on the prompt, and I loved the pic.

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  15. I got the shivers reading this. I really like the secret quality.

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  16. Perfect poem, perfect time. Thanks for sharing!

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  17. Hi Sandy, your Old Man is a lucky good guy. I am glad that you know every thing about him. (or that the writer did his/heer mate/lover)
    That's they way it should work, thank you,
    ..

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  18. .. without graphic vocabularies it is not easy to write a sensual poem ..

    .. this is lovely ..

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  19. cleave and melt
    melt and cleave
    dust to dust &
    mist to mist

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  20. I am not sure which I love more the pic or the poem! I would be a a proud owner of both on display in any house of mine! Well done My Dear Friend!

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  21. Sandy, I love the new look of your blog. This poem is lovely. So much sensation carried deeper and deeper.

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  22. maybe those are two who know each other well...

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  23. Your poem is very touchy feely, very tactile.

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  24. quietly. lines in the sand disappear. you will take my shape though i have none.
    i keep coming back to this poem...

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  25. Very thought provoking lines you've written here. So true about any intimate relationships as they have their layers of complexity and mystery to them.

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  26. Sandy, that is just... hot. Wow. I mean... just wow. I don't dare say anything more than that.

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  27. Absolutely beautiful! Such a way with words and thoughts.

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  28. anyd, lovely as always. You have a way of saying words that shake the soul. Your Photp is breathing. I always come by to see what you are doing even if I don't always comment. Well done my friend.


    love, Melanie-bd

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  29. Wonderful words. Water is a good example of the shaping and molding formed by touch...

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  30. I love the picture and the poem is a great take on the word.

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  31. Dear Sandy--
    Lovely, lovely words! I know that kind of transformation, where eventually all the rough edges are taken off between two beings of any ilk!

    Thank you--great image too!

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  32. your words seem to circle about in my mind moving toward such a lovely center of being known as we all truly hope to be known

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  33. Again- lovely match between picture and words. You captured the prompt beautifully

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