Neruda’s whispers

Neruda’s whispers

I want you here tonight, with eyes and hands
Ravenous, demanding to drink the silence of my inky curls.
I’ve given up every pale replacement, every word of hate,
I seek for the lagoon scent you left between satin and baldachin.

I ache for your lips leaving mine off-color,
Your smile – a beast cropping the armor inside my heart,
I void your fingers tracing the alabaster shadows of my skin,
I want you to inhale my name, to breathe me and let the violins play.

I have to elicit the colors of liquid sunshine when you speak,
Your untamed face when I hide my desires under a fake critique,
I long to feel you drain the winter out of my body,

And I’ve united vigor and passion against the dawn to come,
Following the rhythm of an ancient talisman to you,
A mistress of Cupid’s arrow, I dream to conquer your heart, tonight.

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© 2011  Broken Sparkles

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25 Responses to “Neruda’s whispers”

  1. Kavita Says:

    My my my!!! I can see you are absolutely inspired by the poems!!!!
    I mean seriously, this one’s by far the most deliciously sensuous of your poems that I have read…. The lagoon had me sniffing for more… Whew!!! Hot and tender at the same time!!! A certain delight!! Yummm…

  2. Jingle Poetry Says:

    breath taking, love it….

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  3. 4valentines4words4poetry4you Says:

    your words inspire through your poetry it was pleasure and joy to read. keep up writing such lovely poems

  4. dreamingthruthetwilight Says:

    Your words hold us under a spell
    And we wouldn’t want to escape
    The waters stir in the well
    Memories fluid in shape

  5. Jamie Dedes Says:

    Stunning. Inspired and inspiring. Blaga! :-) You have indeed woven a spell here and your days spent under Neruda’s tutelage show to good effect. Congratulations.

  6. Androgoth Says:

    An enchanting piece of poetry my friend, do have a most enjoyable rest of evening and well done Broken Sparkles as you have created a most spellbinding assemblage of wickedness to capture the interest of your reader base…

    Androgoth Xx

  7. Bodhirose Says:

    Such a passionate and yet quite tender picture you imaged here with your magnificent words, Blaga. Truly a wonder! xoxo

  8. Aneesa Says:

    Not just passionate but very hot too…
    Wow… I am fanning myself to cool down… :)

  9. mish Says:

    Oooh … this is deep and sensuous … hints at intense , mindless passion with a “tall , dark & handsome man” .

  10. dragonkatet Says:

    Love that last line! Actually, the whole piece was sooo passionate and romantic, just takes your breath away. I like Neruda’s style – I remember a poem he wrote about a panther and after reading it, I thought “Wow!” – glad he is inspiring you to such heights!

    • Broken Sparkles Says:

      One of my favorite from Neruda –

      “and I pace around hungry, sniffing the twilight,
      hunting for you, for your hot heart,
      Like a puma in the barrens of Quitratue.”

      is this what you were talking about?

      Thanks Corina!

  11. THE GODS OF WINTER « MUSING BY MOONLIGHT Says:

    […] Poet Award. My nominee for the next round is Blaga Todorova for her exceptionally fine poem, Neruda’s Whispers and for all the work she does in our poetry community. Thanks to Blaga, Monday, and […]

  12. Cherlyn Says:

    Ohh la la, very sexy! I love it! I especially love the lines:

    I have to elicit the colors of liquid sunshine when you speak,
    Your untamed face when I hide my desires under a fake critique,
    I long to feel you drain the winter out of my body,

    So amazing!!


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