Tell Me

Tell Me


Tell me

Are you



Pray tell me

What it is

You’re thinking

Tell me

Are you


By any chance

My love

As you lay

There sprawled

And shaking

Next to me

Like a fallen

Mourning dove

Then whisper

To me



Wisps of golden


As here and now

We lie naked

On this

Parquet floor

Trying to make

Some sense of



From our one

Cracked mirror

As limbs 

Knotted and glisten

In a thousand

Splintered reflections

Still yet to become


And I beg you

Tell me how it feels







  • Goldfinch60

    It must be painful on that Parquet floor but we are prepared to do anything for love.

    • Neville

      depends on lots of things really... thank you for visiting Goldfinch60.. tis appreciated...

    • sylviasearcher

      I wonder how it felt?

      Your poetry has such an awe about it.
      Like you seek to unravel something in a tender way.

      • Neville

        it feels good, you should try it maybe... and thanks for checking in... N

        • sylviasearcher

          Which bit of it should I try? Writing in awe as I unravel my subject tenderly, what you have described in your poem, telling you how it felt?

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        • orchidee

          Oohh having fun there? Should I try some of this?!

          • Neville

            help thy self my friend....

          • Fay Slimm

            A delicate and tender position when love on the part of one becomes somewhat scared - - an appealing read Neville.

            • Neville

              phew.. I thought you said appalling read for a micro second... bless ya my dear friend.... N

            • Claudelle DeLuna

              Superb poem! Neville
              really enjoyable....

              • Neville

                then I am a happy chappy... thank you Claudelle

              • Seek

                Who says romance is history? Not a chance after reading this!

                • Neville

                  You are very kind sir and much appreciated too... many thank you's are heading in your direction... Neville

                • Tamara Beryl Latham - The Poet

                  A great, in-depth, romantic poem Neville.

                  You appear to be quite the romantic.
                  Thanks for posting. :-)

                  • Neville

                    thank you so much for taking the time to view and consider my scribbles my fine literary friend... N

                    • Tamara Beryl Latham - The Poet

                      You're welcome, Neville.

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