Pleasurable Dream

Shahla Latifi


 Dark and dewy in a drizzly cold evening

He loved to be cherished


In the shadow of his thoughts

He imagined a pleasurable dream

With restless whispers and moans

He is lying under a willow tree

In peace

As harmony of the sea


With a smile of delight

He reached out to her with adoration

Without hesitation

She stepped in the warmth of his affection


He tumbled like a leaf

The hidden moon glanced down sharply

Stars twinkled overhead in a half-cloudy sky

The breeze calming

And the bliss of love began to stream


She smiled softly

All of the touch

The laughter

The whispers

And the secrets in their glances

Faded away into the sunset

And the night despairingly left the love nest

For the morning to rise above

With the oasis of serenity amid troubles


Shahla Latifi


  • Author: Shahla Latifi (Pseudonym) (Offline Offline)
  • Published: January 1st, 2017 09:59
  • Comment from author about the poem: Happy New Year!
  • Category: Love
  • Views: 58
  • User favorite of this poem: Augustus.


  • willyweed

    very nice poetic poetry! a joy in the reading! write on ww

    • Shahla Latifi

      Your comments are highly appreciated:)

    • Augustus

      Very nice. Very readable, soft, flowing, effortless, pure joy.

      • Shahla Latifi

        I greatly appreciate your thoughtful comments.

      • Michael Edwards

        Really enjoyed reading this - so well crafted.

        • Shahla Latifi

          Thank you for your comment.

        • JerryBolton

          Ahhh . . . Very creative and stunningly composed. You have a romancer's heart for sure . . .

          • Shahla Latifi

            Thank you for the comment, and you are definitely right:)

          • rrodriguez

            I love it. Such expression of love and passion.

            • Shahla Latifi

              Thank you so much for the lovely comment.
              Really nice to hear from you again.

              • rrodriguez

                Yes, I was looking forward to reading your poems.

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