Indecision

She signaled steaming sentiments
I imagined implicated indications
She said she should share some secrets
I initiated indecisive insecurities.

I inquired innocence in intricacy               
She stood still sophisticatedly
I indulged intimately in it
She sanctioned same sentiments.

If I influenced indecent intentions
Should she share scorching sensation?
Improperly I imploded, in .. indecision
So she swallowed several streaming sins.

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This is an unedited 'experimental' post. If anyone has any correction to offer or want to add anything further is most welcome. I'm really looking for your feedback.
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  1. It was an invitation that was signaled as a feel
    I thought about the emotions, to me it was real
    I tried to tie and enter the paradise of her beauty
    my actions were not sinister, but I felt I did administer
    few touch, words and sight..a bit too much for consumption
    I felt..she did not think..I then had to let her off the link

  2. I love it. The pattern is beautiful, the encoded message gets the imagination flowing. I also love the poem by kalabalu. 🙂

  3. I really like the word play – very clever – a very clever way of describing someone not knowing how to proceed in regards getting to ‘know’ someone else.

  4. I like this. Especially that last line.

  5. I like the way you play with words here. Very very interesting and fun to read. But two last lines, well, the one before the last really, something’s off there and i cant put a finger on it as to why.

  6. There is always an underlined sensuality to your posts, I like the way you subtly weave in giving the reader just a glimpse and leaving the rest to their imagination.

  7. Your style is very unique compared to other people I’ve read stuff from. Many thanks for posting when you have the opportunity, Guess I’ll
    just book mark this blog.

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