Meet me halfway; come tell me,
though lost soon as wind whispers,
I’ve seen you for who you are,
and now nothing else comes close.
Deeper than anything else,
come write poems with your lips,
I’m a rose under night sky,
come, show me, love just happens.
Photo credits: Jarek Puczel “Lovers,” Painting, Pinterest
For my prompt at dVerse where I invite others to delve into
the allure of Korean folklore, poetry form and myth. Come join us! 💝
Posted for Poetics: Realm of Korean Literature @dVerse Poets Pub
Thank you so much, Reena 😀 so glad you enjoyed it 💄❤️
Writing poems with your lips is so perfect for a love poem like this.
Thank you so much, Bjorn 😀 so glad you liked it 💄❤️
Ahhh, so beautiful and lovely. 🙂 I love how you evoke intimacy in your poetry, this one is incredibly sensual and romantic. The final few lines, swoon!
Thank you so much, Lucy 😀 so glad you enjoyed it 💄❤️
A lovely Kasa, terrific illustration for your prompt. This form is intriguing, kind of like American Sentences.
It is, isn’t it? I didn’t realize it before! Thank you so much, Glenn 😀 so glad you liked it 💄❤️
Thank you so much, Misky 😀 so glad the poem resonated with you 💄❤️
Great job. I think you nailed the concept of the kasa quite well here.
Thank you so much, Ron 😀 so glad you liked it 💄❤️
So delicate and beautiful Sanaa. This form in your poetic hands, is quite exquisite!.
Thank you so much, Rob 😀 so glad you enjoyed it 💄❤️
This is incredibly beautiful Sanaa ❤️
‘come write poems with your lips,’
Thank you so much, Christine 😀 so glad the poem resonated with you 💄❤️
A beautiful love poem Sanaa! A Rose in the night sky is easy to fall in love with…
Thank you so much, Dwight 😀 so glad you liked it 💄❤️
first of all, this is beautiful, what can i say, i’m at a loss of words, loved hear you read this, thats where real poetry lives, spoken out loud. second, read your prompt on dverse, very well written, very well researched and presented i wrote sijo years ago, and studied other asian forms (the chinese “book of songs” was one of my favorites) this form is beautiful, i will have read more. and third, i just discovered soundcloud and i’m recording a bunch of my poems, and my question is this, how did you post the player with your poem to your blog post? i can’t seem to be able to figure it out, any help/advise would be great! and thanks in advance
Oh gosh! Thank you so so much, Philip 😀 so glad you enjoyed both the prompt and poem. I have sent you an email explaining how to upload in detail. 💄❤️
Sweet with longing. “Come write poems with your lips.” Wow!
Thank you so much, Lisa 😀 so glad you liked it 💄❤️
That is so HOT, Sanaa – wow! Sensual, sexy – amazing!
Thank you so much, David 😀 I enjoyed writing this one 💄❤️
This is so lovely! <3
Beautiful love poem!
Thank you so much, Mary 😀 so glad you enjoyed it 💄❤️
“I’ve seen you for who you are,
and now nothing else comes close”
Beautiful play of words, Sanaa. Thanks for hosting. 🙂
Thank you so much, Kitty 😀 so glad the poem resonated with you. Thanks for joining in! 💄❤️
These lines work together very well:
though lost soon as wind whispers,
come write poems with your lips,”
Thank you so much, Ken 😀 so glad you liked it 💄❤️
This is so, so beautiful, Sanaa! You set the bar very high with your splendid verse! Love it. ❤️
Awww gosh! Thank you so much, Punam 😀 so glad you enjoyed it 💄❤️
I have experienced love, all consuming, I’ve believed nothing could come close to touching it … I was right. Your beautiful kasa is a reminder (for me) of loss. Thank you for a great challenge, one that was a true challenge, and an education!!
Thank you so much, Helen 🙂 so glad the poem resonated with you 💄❤️
(and thank you for adding your voice to the prompt)
read this for a second time and the subtle sensuality makes me sigh. so good, Sanaa.
Thank you so much, Rosema 😀 so glad you enjoyed it 💄❤️