A Masseuse in Love

“Neither a Masseuse nor a Courtisan can fall for love”
She pondered

1-
Jasmine pearls floating around him
Flattering the wine muscles in a water tub
A circle of fluttering tea candles
Atop the tub’s rim
Closed by the lust of her thighs
Under the weight of his back arms
His black tresses covering the velvety flesh
Like a fig leaf through which a diamond
Centering the softness of her belly
Occasionally winked
To witness his surrender to her touch
As he rendered her knees open
All the way to her heart

2-
He eased
Sipping champagne on her settee
Drunken with liquor and love
Her hands against his foot molesting
His toe parted her generous lips
Exorbitant with the tease
She took it in
To preach the invader
With teeth and tongue
The holiness of lust
When touch gives in to wetness
When body gives in to music
A dancing serpent at God’s feet

3-
Face buried in the pillows, he’s unabashed
Of the blatant candle lights on his nudity
Caressing the whiteness of a towel
Complimenting the darkness of his thighs
Against the maroon muslin of her bed
Could be mistaken for Monet’s painting
Or some statue of roman Gods
Who on earth could resist!
Sight, smell and touch
A feast to lover’s heart
Reaching a hand he felt her lions
As the backrub genteelly eased
To the nerves that was teased

Her busy mind questioned as she placed
“The Book of Courtisan” on the shelf
While preparing for her next appointment
There was no time for love

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21 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Roseate
    Jul 29, 2006 @ 18:41:00

    Beautiful. I like the ending.:)

    Reply

  2. AyyA
    Jul 29, 2006 @ 19:10:00

    Roseate
    I see that you have a passion for poetry. A word in ear; always pay attention to the ending, it says a lot, thank you dear.

    Reply

  3. Hanan
    Jul 30, 2006 @ 17:27:00

    lusty, sensuous, and so brilliantly real in its insistence to celebrat lust away from love.

    Amazingly done, my idol :*

    Reply

  4. A3sab
    Jul 30, 2006 @ 22:30:00

    loved your poem
    sh-salfatkum intay ew juwaira;-)

    Reply

  5. AyyA
    Jul 31, 2006 @ 00:21:00

    Hanoona
    So did I make up for the last time? :p
    Thanks sweetie

    A3sab
    I think it’s something in the air 😉

    Reply

  6. Jandeef
    Jul 31, 2006 @ 00:53:00

    wow

    Reply

  7. الا نبيذي
    Jul 31, 2006 @ 09:04:00

    i second jandeef
    no need to say more

    Reply

  8. بالديسار
    Jul 31, 2006 @ 12:33:00

    ayya

    Every line I read I say to myself this is the best line .. until I read the next

    The only word I can use is .. Magical

    Reply

  9. AyyA
    Jul 31, 2006 @ 14:03:00

    Jandeef
    You said it all buddy, thanks

    Illah Nabeethi; my fav. poet
    These words coming from you?
    WOW, you made my day

    Baldisar
    Always a pleasure to see your comment, thanks

    Reply

  10. Hanan
    Aug 01, 2006 @ 19:16:00

    You sure did Ayya.
    Something’s wrong with your template though, the sidebar is covering part of the comments.

    Reply

  11. AyyA
    Aug 01, 2006 @ 22:40:00

    Hmmmm nothing shows from this end, but I have been facing some problems with blogger on others’ all day. And the network has been very slow.

    Reply

  12. NewMe
    Aug 02, 2006 @ 05:33:00

    WoooooooooooooooooW
    amazing 🙂

    you made it easy
    to:

    watch
    explore
    endure

    every
    tangible feeling
    she experienced

    interesting imagination
    beautifully written

    Reply

  13. Alia
    Aug 02, 2006 @ 09:53:00

    Beautiful, need I say more??

    Reply

  14. AyyA
    Aug 02, 2006 @ 22:23:00

    Newme
    It’s a poetic largess to my inspirers; you. You give life to my words, you move me and keep me going on, thank you :*

    Alia
    No, no more
    Love you girl, you’re so sweet

    Reply

  15. luloo
    Aug 03, 2006 @ 04:54:00

    Her busy mind questioned as she placed
    “The Book of Cortisones” on the shelf
    While preparing for her next appointment
    There was no time for love

    نهاية رائعة..أتمنى أن أكون فهمت ما تقصدين..والمعنى دائما ببطن الشاعر

    Reply

  16. Arfana
    Aug 03, 2006 @ 13:41:00

    gathering at the Lebanese Embassy “Lebanon Hall” on Friday the 4th of August, 2006 at 5:00 pm to gather funds and supplies and show your solidarity with Lebanon

    Reply

  17. AyyA
    Aug 03, 2006 @ 20:32:00

    Luloo
    It doesn’t matter sweetie what was meant by the poem, the important thing is what you understood and I’m glad you enjoyed it :*

    Arfana
    Thank for the reminder

    Reply

  18. NewMe
    Aug 05, 2006 @ 05:50:00

    i am honored and flattered by your sweet comment…
    many thanks
    🙂

    Reply

  19. AyyA
    Aug 06, 2006 @ 22:37:00

    NewMe
    :*

    Reply

  20. Jewaira
    Aug 13, 2006 @ 22:13:00

    I love it AyyA!

    Reply

  21. AyyA
    Aug 14, 2006 @ 14:57:00

    And I love you Lady J 🙂

    Reply

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