Monday, October 29, 2012

Oblivious of the Wet


Image: Courtesy of Tess' Mag

There they are oblivious of the wet
Resolute in not wanting to regret
Clasped in the entanglements of love
A panacea of pain failing to observe

Sweetness belie feelings less of trivia
Turbulent in thoughts but standing on air
Tugging at the cold they don’t deserve
Let loose emotions that hazardous

Exudes warmness having to let
Can man incessant of feelings of guilt?
Obliquely avoiding words of despair
Headstrong pushing seemingly unfair

Twinkling eyes of the lady a respite
Not revealing the dumbness of plight
Softening the savage breast of the ardor
Kissing in the rain is an obvious splendor

Written for Tess' Magpie 141

17 comments:

  1. "Kissing in the rain is an obvious splendor" - what a lovely poem ... loved it !!!

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  2. This pic is certainly bringing out the romantics. Beautiful.

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  3. Lovely poem Pare!... Just like Green Speck, i love the like "kissing in the rain is an oblivious splendor!"

    Pareng JJ

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  4. WOW! Very powerful...you really can muster up intense images. Well done!

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  5. Oblivious .. obvious ... a contradiction (or is it?)

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  6. A little bit of love can go a long way
    Even gets rid of a rainy day

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  7. Beautifully oblivious to the wet...

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  8. i am def of the opinion that kissing in the rain, can be a very beautiful thing...smiles...

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  9. Last line is my favorite. And I so agree. :)

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  10. Wow this is beautiful and you describe the picture inch for inch raindrop for raindrop. But in Malaysia, people are sooo scared of rain.

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  11. Kissing in the rain - magical indeed!

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  12. I too am a fan of kissing in the rain. What is it about that act? I've often wondered. Your poem takes us very close to an answer. Fine write.

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  13. smiles...ya know...if a kiss makes you forget the rain..and the world...and those around you...smiles

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  14. ahhh... to be blissfully oblivious

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