Adonis amurensis

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The fragrance of your body;
Obscures vision, dulls the senses.
Not wishing wine nor weed;
Have laid down defenses.

The Adonis petals;
Tempting amorous mouth.
The heart now radiant;
Redolent of beloved South.

Sweet flower, given myself to you;
Let me follow, and linger indivisible.
The portals of sanctuary unseen;
Accept an offering, quite whimsical.

The night is warm;
Our love so deep.
Music lulling;
Our mind asleep.

The air so sweet;
Sweet as flute.
We lie here loving;
Passionate and mute.


Photo Credits:

“Aphrodite and Adonis is a popular Greek myth, which is directly associated with love and eros.”

Posted for Poems in April @ Real Toads

24 Replies to “Adonis amurensis”

  1. Wow! I’ve never thought of the South that way, but here it is in beauty, desire and flower. I note, too, from the myth, that he lives and dies for women and is forever reborn. Given this, the way your poem ends is luscious!

    1. Hello Grapeling,

      Thanks for stopping by, so glad you liked it 🙂
      Highly appreciated! Enjoy the weekend 😀

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