Hey there everyone.
As we segue into Day 17 of NaPoWriMo (National Poetry Writing Month), I feel like I’ve got something truly terrific for you all tonight.
For today’s prompt over at the official website, the challenge was to write a piece incorporating at least three of our five senses, where the piece describes something specifically using words that evoke these senses.
Not one for doing things by halves (by jove!), I decided to try to write a love song/poem that incorporates the theme of all five senses – hope you like it!
“Making Sense Of Love” by David Ellis
Tell me how it feels
When I stroke your delicate face
Your presence intoxicates
Breathing you in through everything
And it feels like home
All over your wicked tongue
We’ve never done it
This way before
I can’t help thinking
Déjà vu is just around the corner
Look at me
Drink in every single drop
Finer than wine that is exquisite
I savor every moment
As if this were the last
Temptation on this earth
Listen, can’t you hear?
Our heartbeats pounding as one
The rhythm on a mission
Adrenaline rushing us with no hope
Or desire to slow this thing down
In passion’s flames we drown now
Give me your hand
You will be my ruin
Your smile is enough to finish me off
Yet your tender kiss brings me back to life
Why is love so complicated?
When a spark to the senses
Is all that you need
What a glorious way to die
Touch, taste, smell, sound and sight
Now the puzzle is complete