Romancing the WORD

Tantalizing, teasing

Spoken written
Sacred, sacrosanct
Papyrus to paper
Tangible virtual
Powerful, silent,
Gestured by
Eyes, head
Torso, hands
Magic word
Mesmerizing,
Tantalizing
Zinging,
Ringing,
Ranting,
Panting
Orgasmic
Silencing
Suppose
Repose
Elusive
Reclusive
Saint, sinner
Beginning, end
Rent, bend
Sear, smear
Jest, jeer
Leer, peer
Give, take
Circle, veer
In the end
Word
Has the
Last
Word

I romance with words
They rumba in my head
Jealous spouse
Hide my lover word
 In eyelids, beckoning
Loving them always
Till death do us part 

For in every particular of the Word there is an internal sense which treats of things spiritual and heavenly, not of things natural and worldly, such as are treated of in the sense of the letter.
Emanuel Swedenborg  Swedish, Scientist Quotes

 

Poetry is not only a set of words which are chosen to relate to each other; it is something which goes much further than that to provide a glimpse of our vision of the world.
Tahar Ben Jelloun French, Poet Quotes

 

The stitch of a book is its words.
Rumer Godden  English, Novelist Quotes

 

Meaning is what essence becomes when it is divorced from the object of reference and wedded to the word.
Willard Van Orman Quine  Author Nationalities, Actor Quotes

 

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