Garden in Lust

“When the flower blooms, the bees come uninvited.” ~ Ramakrishna

I’m a star
blooming just for you,
can’t you see?

I love the feel of you
in my hand, the sun
kissing your skin, my mouth
imagining the taste of you.

can you see me now,
my petals growing luscious
for your eyes alone?

let’s curl up
under the dark sky,
never blue

for passion
flowers, I do like
a wild bee


the garden bits that bloomed the poetry


Linked to the Imaginary Garden with Real Toads.


47 thoughts on “Garden in Lust

  1. These pictures are glorious! I’m sure I’ve told you before that I have no talent for gardening… whatsoever… I have the blackest thumbs! Art and making are my things, but I get such a vicarious gardening buzz via you, Lady M, and your passionate affair with nature!

    I loved all your words too, but especially these ones:

    let’s curl up
    under the dark sky,
    never blue

    😉 ♥ ♥ ♥

  2. I admire not only your delicious words, Magaly, but also the amazing products of your gardening. A passionate poem that blooms with sensual delights. I’m imagining you as a passionate busy bee!

  3. I love the idea of a garden in lust.. 😍 soaking up the sun while whispering sweet nothings to the wind. Beautiful, beautiful pictures, Magaly 💖 that tomato looks like it’s ready to kiss the sky 😊

    Your poetry always brings upon the brightest of smiles! 😍😍 Happy Tuesday! 💖☕

  4. Love certainly makes a difference in everything we do and gardening is a case in point. You demonstrate regularly how passionate you are about yours and it rewards you in turn.

  5. Your passions communicate across time and space, leaping off the page and into our hearts and other susceptible places. Yes, ma’am, they do!

  6. Amazing. these short romantic stanzas (regardless of which meaning you take) are perfect. And then pair them up with the pictures and the quote, you have a little slice of perfection. Great work!

  7. I love this… the passion set in bloom. A wonderful series of flowers that is sweet and filled perfume

  8. So very sensous, I loved the read. Of course I was on the receiving end and still feeling squirmy and dreamy. Thank you much.

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