Monday, 3 March 2014

Release Yourself

Open your eyes to blind trusting sensitivity,
And resurrect your peace from a casket shell,
Filled with empathising grief of durability
From the omnipotent, suffering screams’ knell.

Proceed tantalisingly slow with undressing peel;
And witness your beauty in my appreciative face;
See your feminine form’s lustful powers to steal
My attentive all transfixed to this bountiful grace.

Lie down, let I map your restlessness and chill
With an admiring careful eye of dedication –
To release the tensions of unwarranted ill,
And craving desires of  expressive supplication.

Relax, and breathe in controllable deep breaths:
And understand this reason of logical measure
Of probing fingers experiencing your depths
Of mind willing, bodily desiring, erotic pleasure.

My touch travels a literal plane of masterful art,
Read like brail with every goose bump’s pixel,
Depicting the depth of an appreciative heart
In every ecstatic, convulsive spasm’s frill.

Softly float your thoughts and fly in blue skies;
And gambol with I over valley and height grandeur.
Dive into the sea of exciting, apprehensive butterflies –
Where my sub-conscious strays in playful wonder.

The moonlight beckons the passing of our time,
With its fill of sighs denoting your silent release.
Let me dreamily reap these sown spoils of mine
By sharing your sleeping smile of inner-peace.

© Andrew Stevenson 3/3/14


First Stanza

The first line has a clash of opening your eyes to blindness. The second line is expressing that peace is often superficial (only on a surface level). The third and forth lines are expressing that there is a lot of suffering in the world, and that we endure it in others around us. The word ‘empathising’ means having an understanding of another’s feelings; the word ‘omnipotent’ means universal power; the word ‘knell’ means death and disaster, which is heard from a lot of sound.

Second Stanza

The word ‘peel’ expresses taking your clothes off a garment at a time.

Third Stanza

The phrase ‘unwarranted ill’ follows on from the first stanza, and is also expressing that lots of us suffer, regardless of not deserving it. The word ‘supplication’ means something someone else can do for you.

Fourth Stanza

Is self explanatory.

Fifth Stanza

A ‘literal plane’ is terminology from art, as it is the surface area of a painting. The word ‘pixel’ is computer terminology, and means a small part of a picture.

Sixth Stanza

This stanza is expressing a lot in metaphor and analogy. The first line is expressing peace, and enlightenment (which is similar to Buddhists, etc, who express that when they reach a certain stage of enlightenment, that their spirit can leave the body and travel the skies). The second line is expressing to be  joyful with I as I massage over your convex and concave curves. The third line expresses the joys of sexual arousal. The word ‘gambol’ means to leap and skip around playfully, which is a metaphor within an analogy.

Seventh Stanza

This stanza is expressing that it has become late, and that the female being massaged has drifted off to sleep, but she enjoyed the massage which was expressed in her pleasurable sounds; and that bringing her peace, brought I peace.. The word ‘denotes’ means to have something as a meaning, especially a specific or literal one.

Thank you. Love love, Andrew. Bye.