Poem Alert – Haiku / Tanka – Diana Series

Tanka is a form of unrhymed Japanese poetry, with five sections structured in a 5-7-5-7-7 pattern of syllable similar to the haiku, which follows the more familiar 5 / 7 / 5 pattern. What follows is a brief interaction between lovers in four stanzas each in the Tanka form.

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pearls 4

Layer by layer

Her inner-most self exposed

Naked before me

My eyes take in her wonders

My lips take in her warm flesh

 

Stretched out under me

I feel her radiant warmth

As her passion builds

I feel her breath quickening

Her anticipation grows

 

She thrusts to meet me

Letting our union deepen

Moaning her longing

I feel her need for release

Prolonging it I linger

 

I thrust deeper still

As she reaches her climax

I echo with mine

My eyes take in her wonders

My lips take in her soft sighs

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