Fire & ice

 

This was originally posted 21 December 2011.

“A dame that knows the ropes isn’t likely to get tied up.”

– Mae West

*

Fire & ice

Winter

It’s cold

Like your touch

And I

Am a creature

Of the heat

I

Delight in the taunting

Massage

Of the sun’s rays

They force me

Into

Complete submission

Fire Its The power

And it burns

Deep inside me

Beware

Your daggers

Of ice

Cannot penetrate me

I will laugh

As you melt

Fire & ice

*

Bisous,

Léa

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About Léa

A wanderer who has found home and herself in the South of France.
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14 Responses to Fire & ice

  1. redgladiola says:

    Gorgeous. I want to be a creature of fire also. =)

  2. There is strength in this poem – as well as sizzle! I love it! xxx

  3. claudia says:

    oh i love that warrior spirit here… not backing down under the ice and cold… powerful

  4. beckarooney says:

    Wow you go girl! Forget the ice queen, you are the fire temptress! 😀 x

  5. Great poem Lea, I love the title too. I hope your world is warm with sunshine.

    • leamuse says:

      Thank you Kath, It is an oldie but one I am fond of for a number of reasons. It isn’t hot here but warm and not as sunny as I may wish as the sun is busy playing hide and seek with the clouds. However, it let me have another lovely walk up into some of our surrounding hills watching some sun come up and some mist over nearby hills. It is like watching poetry in action!

  6. cindy knoke says:

    Once again so well written, spare and powerful! Kudos…….and my like won’t stick! ❤ ❤

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