Tuesday, February 23, 2010

Hot Sugar on a Sandy Beach



Hot summer sugar sand
Take mine in your hand
Thunder beating open heart
Radiant sun setting the start



Layers of love surround
Under the covers bound
Beyond vision, taste and smell
Naturally surrender a deep spell



Sleep unstirred heavy head
Wanting not more than a bed
Dreams manifest a new truth
Lazy days bloom big with you



Sunny siesta brings much relief
On a warm sugar sandy beach
Malasadas baked fresh in a box
Makes each moment rise in stocks

21 comments:

The Style Revolution said...

Brilliant.... LOVE LOVE

Manon Doyle said...

I love, love too! I want to be on that warm, sandy beach!!

drollgirl said...

well this all sounds and looks fab!

Shadow said...

gosh, how wonderfully relaxing! pictures and words in complete sync...

TERI REES WANG said...

I am so distracted when it comes to sitting with a constant idea and allowing it to flow from head trips to finger tips.

These jaunts, are my small attempts to jump start my creative genius but, all I'm mastering are sparks.

Wish I will,
wish I might,
make a bolder,
stronger move, and
make it right.

Kellie Collis said...

Love those donuts!!!! x

Shokoofeh said...

Great!

Angie Muresan said...

Can I go there too? And have a malasada or two?

The Cottage Cheese said...

Quick, where's a fan? Thanks so much for taking me to this sultry, steamy place. I want to be on that sandy beach right now! And now I'm also craving something sweet...

The Cottage Cheese said...

P.S. I'm so far behind on my blog reading, I didn't know you had lost Anouk. I left a comment on that post as well, but I just wanted to say how sorry I am for the loss of your beautiful, special bunny.

TERI REES WANG said...

Thank you.

Malasadas are Portuguese fresh, and warm sugar doughnuts (sans hole).

Funny enough we find them in Hawaii.

Down and Out Chic said...

you have me dreaming of another place, like a heaven with the beach and donuts!

Linda S. Socha said...

Teri
Waiting for spring whose coming seems delayed
I am tgransported. Ah to breathe in the sun
Linda

Mary Jo from TrustYourStyle said...

Mmmm loving the textures, the words, the colors! Yum!

xo Mary Jo

Denise @ Swelle said...

You had me at the title!

Kathy Crabbe said...

yummy, sensual, awesome and so deliciously poetic!

P.S.

Thank you for being you and spreading inspiration, wonder, wisdom and good vibes onto the planet!

In honour of your blog I'm awarding you with the Sunshine Blogger's Award - congrats!

http://soulreaderblog.blogspot.com/2010/02/paying-it-forward.html

Sparkly Blessings and more!
Luv,
Kathy C.
http://SoulReaderBlog.blogspot.com
http://ArtMysticBlog.blogspot.com

TERI REES WANG said...

Wow!..Kathy, thank you for making me a winner. ;P

Couture Carrie said...

Yummy post, darling!

xoxox,
CC

Moomby said...

great images, great writing!

Jenn said...

This really has me longing for warm summer days again! The temps here are getting into the mid 50's by day and compared to 30's its nice but still not hot enough for my liking. I'll live vicariously through this piece of prose. Lovely!

Smile, Emily said...

fantastic.

x Emily