SNOW DAY

Posted on February 22, 2015

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SNOW DAY (POEM)

(original appearing as part of the play “ST 1.O” produced by New Galaxy Productions)

 

We hibernate

Nestle

nuzzle

cuddle

snuggle

Today a storm has

once again

saved the day

I spend that grace

with a fresh angelic face

 

In a cozy den

tucked away

stocked cabinets

turn to picnic baskets:

cookies and cashews

Croissants with fresh preserves

Godiva-dipped macaroons

and your infectious giggle

Doors bolted by snow

windows boarded up with ice

I shutter to think of the frigidness

between the Frigidaire

and the body heated

blankets

warm noses on bare skin

freshly revealed

from lambs woo

feel

the smell

blaze

your fire place

my stick of incense

 

make love fully canvassed

in cashmere comforters

speckled light sprinkles us

like stars in the sky’s of Cancun

 

we lay out as if sun baked

lightly seasoned in sea salt

marinated in rioja

sautéed in suspense

of new found infatuation

then spritzed with freshly squeezed

you

 

Furloughed by nature’s reprieve

sensual solitude

our winter solstice

blossoms into

summer vacation type

spats of Olympic sex

lighting up the day

as if the 4th of July

 

Eventually emotions blossom,

and Spring

change, then Fall

when feelings change colors

and leave

 

Yes, seasons will pull back the covers

until then, I’ll enjoy our Snow Day

tanned by your smile

vowing nothing, but all of my now

Posted in: love, poetry