Let your eyes
Let my breasts rest
by Pia Andersson
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21 Apr 2010 02:38
Let my breast rest on your palms, cover my body with sunflower seeds let there be gold, truth and life very nice lines..
27 Oct 2009 02:27
ya sure it is very beautiful lines a big value poem 10+
07 Oct 2007 07:32
Brillant expression in simplest terms. A definate 10. You don't write often but when you do your words shine. Love your work and view it with envy. Milda
07 Oct 2007 06:17
I see a nymph in a beautiful morning.
27 Aug 2007 05:27
Beautiful conception beautifully written Chris
15 Apr 2007 11:49
all your poems are nice...you dnt need any specific comments.keep good work going on...
02 Oct 2006 02:05
I'll agree with Melvina Germain in saying these words are beyond compare in reference & relation to the subject matter used in this poem. Shane
23 Sep 2006 03:23
A new dawn and dawning of fresh thoughts of a soul! Love it seems the morning brings?
09 Sep 2006 11:52
Absolutely beautiful Pia, I like it very much--Melvina
Preeti - is here!
04 Sep 2006 11:32
The blend b/w nature, love and longing is perfect here. Lovely poem! Preets
04 Sep 2006 02:10
I come back here again and again to read something new from you, but this is the last one uploaded by you - on 27th July 2006. I wonder when will you share with us more of your beautiful narrations.
20 Aug 2006 06:33
Passionate longing to be the beloved of the man totally devoted to his wife. It’s beautiful love poetry.
10 Aug 2006 06:34
Those breasts should be kissed repeatedly, and I'm sure they are! ! !
08 Aug 2006 12:09
To convey such deep emotions you have used the simplest of the words.. this is amazing! ! ! A 10 from me too!
06 Aug 2006 05:35
Astounding, wonderful imagery. Pure gold.
31 Jul 2006 07:08
Lovely images. Another 10!
29 Jul 2006 12:31
you seem to write a lot about nature. and it works perfectly with your writing style. its such a pleasure to read your bright, uplifting poems. :)
28 Jul 2006 03:09
Your poems are golden... New Morning shines! Frank
25 Jul 2006 11:57
What a beautiful poem to read this morning. Sincerely, Connie Webb
Peter A. Crowther
25 Jul 2006 07:30
A lovely shining poem