Spring- a narration

Here’s my narration of my poem, “Spring.” Please leave any comments or suggestions. Should I post more readings?





I think about you and my soul sings
Of all the endless springs
That await us, rich and promising
in their fertility,
I want to lie with you on the grass,
I want to lose myself in you there,
Hidden away from the glare,
I want to take you; outside in the sun and
Beneath the swaying trees,
Marvel as the rays gild you in gold,
Open and ready,
Surrounded by scents- sweet and musky,
Covered by your weight;
Warm and heavy,
I want to lie with you,
And watch the flowers bloom.

© Kavisha Saga and Ek Choti Kavita, 2014

Image: 6001899101_8b33a5388c_b.jpg By NicolaAvery



Water, sinuous and glistening,
Trailing and caressing,
The warm mahogany of your skin,
I want to follow the small streams,
And drink from the endless rivers,
Coolness and warmth,
The salt lingers as my mind follows
where my fingers yearn to trace,
A touch; a taste,
how long must I wait?

© Kavisha Saga and Ek Choti Kavita, 2014

Image: shower2.jpg By audrey630

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