You came with Orion in
your eyes, sweeping me
into a brightly lit nebula.
My tears sprinkled among
your atmosphere, birthing
You came with warm breath,
exhaling oxidants. I, as fuel,
inhaled you, flaring heat and a
chain of exothermic reactions
CH4 + 2 O2 → CO2 + 2 H2O
You came with passion in
your lips, lingering, causing my skin to smolder while exciting electrons in a pure white frenzy of
47 thoughts on “Orion in Your Eyes”
I like it when you speak scientific sparking.
🙂 The best kind.
Excellent! Very passionate and edgy…..I like it….
Very lovely poem. Great images.
What is love if not chemistry and science? Who can explain the rise in temperature of the skin when we touch our beloved? Biology and science meet and meld as heart beats pound and swell. Oh youth have lots to learn about love and science! I loved this Pamela!
Thanks, Tameka. Oh yes, love can be a transformative experience. 🙂 xo
Being too scientific it loses its power as a poem.
Thanks for the honest criticism. Sometimes, I take it. Other times, I leave it. In any case, always good to hear.
Really interesting and very scientific…I looked at it and read Onion instead of Orion so I better get my glasses prescription checked!
🙂 Uh-oh, yes, time to check the eyes. Thanks, Jim.
ahhh, the science of lust ;-x
hot, steaming imagery.
way to go,
please join poets rally week 56 today, Cheers.
hmm. both meta & physical. good piece. very erotic.
Yes, I believe it is meta and physical :-). Thanks!!!!
Pam this is too good.
Janaki, ❤ 🙂
It ‘s magical, so intense and spiritual. Thanks
Thanks very much, Chevrefeuille! 🙂
You managed to make chemistry sexy! Good job
magical and beautiful.
Such raw, beautiful passion!
I love it!
Thank-you! Glad you liked it! 🙂
Wow this is awesome, I loved it. ❤
Awh, Jan. xoxoxoxo
I am impressed by your emotional words, well done.
Thanks for dropping by, Morning!
Oh this is neat. I particularly love the insertion of the chemistry.
However, the first verse had me hooked from the start. And particularly
my tears sprinkled among
your atmosphere birthing
Thanks, hon! Glad you stopped by!!!!!
Too hot to handle!:)
Exquisitely written, Pam.
Thanks, sweetie 🙂
amazing.. truly beautiful, and sad in a way. passion like that only comes to few..
❤ Beatiful ❤
OK then wow! A good time had by all 🙂
Dear A, xo
Talk about chemistry! 🙂
Love ya, Corinne :-).
That must have been one heavy romantic weekend!
I actually started it a while ago and just didn’t finish it till now 🙂
It ‘really a beautiful expression of your deep heart and soul of the world!
An affectionate hug:)
Besos. Thanks 🙂