It's true. It's real.
Ulysses wasn't so eager to get home, sailing on such a sea.
where the sugar birds search for nectar....dang....seriously hot poem....the first stanza just rocks....
Lyn, this is sweetly erotic in a most intellectual way ... yes.
Hi Berowne- Thanks..what a relief to let my hair down! ha ha...
Hi Brian- Great art inspires me..so glad you found this..thank you!!
Hi Helen- Yes, that's me, just a smarty pants in matters of love! Thanks so much..
this is wonderous- especially the third stanza....exquisite.
A place many a man has gotten lost....sailor or not....this is stunning Lyn!!
Hi Carrie- What a great thing to say..you are so appreciated! Thank you..
Hi Kathe W. It's such a pleasure for me to read your comment..thanks!
The stormy seas sure would take its toll despite due respect for it. Nicely Lyn!Hank
Hi kaykuala- I guess the sea will always win! Thank you, Hank..
Yes, very erotic...wonderful use of language.
Hi Other Mary- This pic sort of dictated a loosening up!! So glad to hear from you...thanks!
Hi hyperCRYPTICal- One of my favorite words..Thank you...
Sugarbirds lilies nectar...so so sweet...
Wow...love love love your new pic!
Hi Tess- Thank you so much..I guess I got a sugar high with this one!
Hi Tess- My daughter insisted it was time for the big reveal! Hmmm...thanks!
..where sugarbirds search for nectar,and patches of lilies give up their scent..' ah, i couldn't think of anything more perfect to end this piece other than what you just did here....the references from the greeks are stunning... excellent write... smiles..
Hi Kelvin S.M.- So pleased to read your lovely comment..thanks so much!
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