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    Jer4clarity Lover of Meanings

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    Honeysuckle Kiss


    On the vine
    she waits, trestle tethered
    yet freely fragrant,
    laden with nectar,
    to tempt a child’s curiosity,
    finger tips and lips;
    a belle pert with living color
    and pearl drops that glisten
    in the early morning mist
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    magnificent penning Jerry sich a beautiful image you have painted in this poem
    handshakes
    Bear


    Posted By Bear | Jun 15, 2007
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    Jer4clarity Lover of Meanings

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    Thanks bear handshakes (hey why don't they make you a special smilie?) This poem actually carries shades of meaning.

    Jerry
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    Dear Jerry,

    This is devine in all it's brevity. I believe and read this as a sweet fragrant metaphor, and is deeply rooted in a melody of a love like no other. :bravothanx:

    {{{~~~***KIM***~~~}}} :)

    Jer4clarity Lover of Meanings

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    Kim,

    I know I went over the top on being sensual, huh? Thanks for taking time to share your thoughts with me.

    Jerry

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    Very delicate wording here, belieing the true nature of the vines, which are quite tough and persistant. Over time they can actually bring a tree down. Some varieties are considered invasive weeds and are hard to control but they sure do make a fine net for jumping out of trees. I love the aroma, especially on warm summer nights, just a few hours from dawn. Intoxicating.
    Thank you, Jerry, for bringing back those childhood memories.


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    plucked from the vine
    her nectar sticky sweet
    spills into delicate hands
    where it is licked curiously
    with delight...

    This is a wonderful poem...I have written several about this (my) favorite wild flower... you have captured the beauty and mystery of this flower quite well...excellent penmanship!

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