Tuesday, April 19, 2011

Temptation







Let me lead you to temptation,
let me sway your will to cede,
close your eyes and follow that
which my touch you to will lead,
and forget yourself in me
as my whisper takes you deep
into my arms where you'll find
the fulfillment of that need,
that is smold'ring in your eyes,
that is burning through your skin,
let me take you to the darkness,
to the pleasures born in sin.





48 comments:

  1. Damn. Woman, you can lead me to temptation any. time. you. wish.

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  2. Gorgeous! Lead me to the darkness, for there I can shed my reality. (Hugs)Indigo

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  3. WOW! HOT!

    If 'words' could do the job--the job would be done

    Lead me on, Peep!

    Thank you for your visit to "The Fourth..." and for sweetly reminding me that silence sometimes can also produce that Golden Connection.

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  4. now how could someone resist that invitation...whew...smoking...

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  5. tis 'sin' ONLY if you believe in 'sin, shadow...

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  6. oh my....

    I hope you know what you just did for me...

    this was hot, take me anywhere.

    this is something I could see as body art on somebody..

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  7. oh, lead on
    with lure
    and allure ...

    i like the pairing
    of your words with the image

    nicely done!

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  8. Das hat was mystisches.... Viele Grüße von Luzia.

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  9. Awesome Shadow. Very tempting. I made that picture larger and that is really a cool picture you inserted as well.

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  10. Shadow....when I saw that you had left me a comment, I nearly drooled in anticipation to read your newest prose.

    Oh my gosh...smoldering eyes...that blew me away.

    You do have a talent beyond compare dear one.

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  11. My "good Christian girl" was completely smothered by these tempting words.

    WOW.

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  12. hmmmm...the image says it all - hook, line and sinker! just like the words! ;)

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  13. shads
    it begs the question which pleasures known to man or beast are not born in sin if we dig deep enough?
    man is born to trouble as the sparks fly upward and regret swings a chain on each side of the choice
    lovely write as always

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  14. Wow. Shedding reality in the darkness. Your muse is up close and personal, Shadow. Beautifully done.

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  15. Ahhhww- and who'd say no to such inviting temptation... i like the sin thing...

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  16. What an excellent picture, and what a fine match for it!

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  17. This is hot. So much of your writings would be great songs.

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  18. Oh my, you naughty Shadow you, now I need a cigarette and me quit lo these 10 years!!!
    Sandi

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  19. So very beautiful! Your words are tempting and they linger....

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  20. Ohhhh! So GLAD you didn't replace this, Shadow. It jump-starts me in the morning. Trouble is, it keeps me awake half the night ALSO--grin!

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  21. OFF TOPIC (If I'm ABLE!):
    Only place I've ever seen a penguin is in the Zoo, where we feed them oil through a straw--so they'll "feel right at home"--grin!


    GO HERE for my "55"

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  22. Your image and poem are perfect complements. the temptation you present - the perfect lure.

    Moonie smiles

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  23. Nice work Shadow, sex is in the mind, and you really do a good job displaying passion through words. I really like it.

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  24. Ooooo! You have succesfully tempted everyone here!

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  26. I find so deep and huge the sense of your words.
    The majestuosity is evident, the effect too.
    Warm greetings:
    Debrah

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  27. hey lady - just dropping by to see what's new with you! have a great day!

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  28. Smoldering sounds good to me. How are you Shadow?

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  29. Where are You, Shadow? I miss You!
    Hope, all is OK!
    xoxox
    oximoron

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  30. Difficult to resist of this temptation.

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  31. ooops, did I say that out loud? I didn't think anyone was listening.
    very tempting,
    Di

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  32. Lovely pictures and words. Thank you.

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  33. Art in words and illustration;-)

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  34. ...love it.. thanks for sharing... :-)

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