The Perfect Sentence


I envision you like a lover. The perfection of your body, every extension and limb serves a purpose. Your soft introduction lures me in and the vivid image of our contact is painted with ease by your pen. Our garments are shed so as to share our essence, I look past the heavy handed definitions of clothing and instead I consume you as you are. I make no edits to your demeanor, your countenance expresses your current mood and conveys to me how you wish to be held. The perfect sentence is read, felt, and received… I could not ask for more. Our relationship parallels this paradox, elusive though you may be I still seek you now. I will always look for your hand in the dark.

S&D

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22 Responses to The Perfect Sentence

  1. Love your explanation of the perfect sentence. πŸ™‚

  2. Every now and then. Every now and then I write one. Sadly few and far between. πŸ™‚ Thanks for the follow. Will be back when I have more reliable internet.

  3. Claudette says:

    Your words flow on paper like the gentle water flowing in a brook. I can not only read your words, but also feel the passion emanating from the text.
    Thank you for following my blog.

  4. drybredquips says:

    Thanks for following my blog and for your fine thought on the perfect sentence. Hope some quips fit your interests and/or concerns. Best to you, your blog, and all your creative endeavors.

  5. the cosmic pilgrim says:

    Wow! That is exquisite.

  6. MTJames says:

    I concur. Your quest for “The Perfect Sentence” is poetical without verse, passionate without maudlin sentiment, and loving in the pure, spiritual sense. Truly inspiring.

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