Waves of Poetry

Waves of Poetry –

We ride

the lush waves

of poetry

beneath

a creamy,

vanilla moon.

.

 

Be it January,

our love

fashions it,

forever,

a steamy,

sultry June.

.

 

Within

his embrace,

secure,

will I escape,

not anytime, 

too soon.

 

.

We ride

the plush waves

of poetry,

and within his eyes,

do I fully surrender

and ever so languidly swoon.

.

Waves of Poetry 

 

Waves of Poetry, Yancosky

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23 comments

  1. “A creamy vanilla moon” – I almost want to eat it!
    Beautifully written as always, you can almost feel the softly undulating waves as you read it  ♥
    Is your WordPress issue all sorted now or are you still doing battle with them?
    Caz xx

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    • Awe, thank you, Caz.

      It is sorted, now, because I called my last cell phone carrier and begged and pleaded with them to pleeeeeeeease give me back my old cell phone number so I could get back into my blog that I’ve been working on for nearly over a year, now.

      Then, I called my new cell phone carrier and begged and pleaded with them to pleeeeeeease send me a new SIM card so I could get my old number back before it was possibly assigned to someone else.

      Then, I accidentally broke the new SIM card that was sent to me (to program in my old cell number), while I was installing it. Oops.

      But, instead of waiting several days for a new SIM to arrive, and possibly losing the chance at getting my old number back, I managed to shove all the broken pieces back up into the phone, and just ‘hope’ it worked. On the third try, it did! YAY!

      Problem Solved.

      Ya, it’s all back to normal, now. But, I don’t foresee changing my phone number, ever again, for the rest of my earthly life. LOL…

      ♥️ Thank you, Caz, for asking ♥️

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      • Hurrah, glad it’s sorted for now! I’m not losing my Robot companion in the blogging world because of a bloody mobile number.
        At least the begging & pleading got you somewhere. But never try to eject those broken pieces of SIM card. I made one into a super tiny nano SIM a few years ago by mistake so it ended up too small… I had to tape a thin extra layer of plastic around the edges to make it big enough then shove it in and hope for the best before I could get a replacement. Took ages to get it out afterwards because the sticky tape got stuck inside 😂
        xx

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    • Strawberry what? Oh, do you mean strawberry waves? But, that would burn the eyes and nostrils, and most definitely kill all the fish in the sea. The dolphins would die, too. It could destroy our entire ecosystem. You really ought to rethink this… there is much at stake!

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