Fay Slimm.

Bliss

 

Bliss

 

Intoxicated with evocative love,
and heady rapture,
ecstasy truly captured our every
exhilaration back then.

Fermented in thrills we became
effervescently fueled,
and felt love mercurially entering 
high dimensional levels.

Galvanized by euphoria prized 
times when desire flew
heavenward our gratified rapture 
bred true satisfaction.

Enchanted halcyon hours gave
volcanic abandon, now
memory's only begotten wish
is to resurrect gone bliss.

Comments7

  • Neil Higgins

    My goodness Fay.You have had a great day.Have read through the words several times.Wont choose anyone section,as it's all par excellent as usual.
    Oh ok then:
    "memory's only begotten wish
    is to resurrect gone bliss."
    With all the preceding words it would be beyond stratospheric the emotion I would think.
    Classically slinks off out of the room


    • Fay Slimm.

      Haha - yes I guess you would be right on the button in describing the outcome to all that shennanakin Neil - - volatile comes to mind - - and as you slink away take with you my warmest thanks for making my day with your fun-comment on Bliss.

    • Teddy.15

      Eruptions of excitement reading this Fay as usual your poetic mind has done her job. Loved every bit of imagery. Thank you.

      • Fay Slimm.

        Ah - glad you got excited by my take on Bliss dear Teddy - I got a bit tired just writing about all those eruptions !!! thanking you muchly for the comment.

      • Neville



        like minds entwined but a page apart

        deliriously delightful my Lady Fay ..
        🙂 x

        • Fay Slimm.

          Yup - - entwined yet apart --that's about it mine Liege - - but am glad you got some delirious delight from the read .......x

        • flyingfish

          I love 'dem Bliss Bombs. Nice! Cheers

          • Fay Slimm.

            Thanks a load for your visit to read and comment on Bliss.

          • Doggerel Dave

            Bliss? Feels more like fever to me, Fay. Must have needed to put some time between yourself and the union to write such well ordered verse..... Say ten minutes?

          • Trenz Pruca

            Thank you Fay. Another enjoyable poem, one only to be read and enjoyed with "volcanic abandon."

          • Goldfinch60

            What wonderful words Fay, may that bliss be forever with you.

            Andy



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