Blurry Egypt

Blurs

There are blurs from nights with orange glitter,
sapphires and curtains keeping Sinai silent.
Jasmine in the air, absorbing silk and desires,
delicacy matching faint dreams of obelisks and you.

There are words from language I barely know,
whispers lost in shadows, symbols crowned with sand.
Leftovers from khamaseen modeling the curls of my hair,
on the wings of tears, your voice keeps me alight.

There are cravings with no scruples, waves
leading to Sharm El-Sheikh, our minds insane.
Right now, not a moment later, the smell
of faraway oceans crashing into sweaty skin.

There is a scream drowned in your arms,
a sigh in the shape of curves. Are we still there?
Two tired bodies avoiding the time to go,
two spirits living in the blurs of that night.

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Sinai- desert.

Khamaseen- Egyptian winds.

Sharm El- Sheikh- city in Egypt along the coast of Red sea.

"Lust" by Sinking silence on deviantart.com

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© 2011  Broken Sparkles

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16 Responses to “Blurry Egypt”

  1. Jingle Says:

    the flickering lights make the version blur, it is the most beautiful thing to me personally.

    Awesome poetry, keep it up.

  2. Jamie Dedes Says:

    I can just picture it. I can feel the grit of the san, the warmth of the desert wind … I can see the lovers who do not want to part.

    A vivid and senual rendering, Blaga. Nice!

  3. Neutral Universe Says:

    I enjoyed this so much. Very vivid, yet blurry (as the title goes).

  4. Jamie Dedes Says:

    It’s still a fine poem! :-D Happy Potluck!

  5. Eric Says:

    You lulled me in with the colorful descriptives and seduced me sweetly until I could not, would not resist. Very nice.

  6. ladynimue Says:

    Ah ! This was so alive .. the words dancing with emotions …

  7. lizbethsgarden Says:

    Very nice. I like it.

  8. Heart Says:

    Congratulations on your new blog Blaga! The desert, the love and the longing, and your beautiful words as always.. leave me in dream land.. Hoping to read many more wonderful love poems..
    Good wishes,
    Rachana


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