Disencumbered Desire – A Quote and Bonus Poem – Challenge day 2


Thanks again to Jennifer for nominating me to do this. I find that I really “let go” with these challenges, they are (in a way) drafts, just me scribbling, playing around with words, tasting the words I should say, because that’s what I feel I have been doing, with this one especially. Hence, none of it is to be taken seriously, I’m just having fun.  

The quote:


The poem: Disencumbered Desire

Unsatiated desire
unstilted attire 
flick of a finger,
lick and linger

Leaning in
fanning the flames

Stripping sodden briefs,
stroking, stiffening, swelling
simultaneously sighing and weeping
sour-sweet nacreous nectar

My nominees for Day 2 are:




As usual, I must reiterate that there are no obligations to do this – you guys can take it or leave it of course 🙂

The rules for this challenge are:

  1. Each day for three consecutive days post a quote (any quote – you can even come up with your own) and a poem to accompany it.
  2. On each day nominate 3 bloggers for the challenge.
  3. Don’t forget to thank the blogger who nominated you

Image credit: d-liliane.deviantart.com

17 thoughts on “Disencumbered Desire – A Quote and Bonus Poem – Challenge day 2

      1. So true! His words speak to the brain and to the heart. When I was single I lived in Dublin for a few years and I went to see ¨The Importance of Being Earnest¨at the theatre. Later, a fríen asked me, ¨Didn´t it feel weird going to the theatre alone?¨And I answered, ¨I don´t need a man or other company to enjoy Oscar.¨ He was wonderful.

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  1. Love, love, love! Your poem and one of my favourite Wilde quotes 🙂
    I’ve crashed out on my challenges this week. It’s so-o-o hot and sultry. Really enjoying yours though!

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  2. No need to nominate me or for me to nominate another, for there may be or may not be a moment to be encumbered or disencumbered into and if there is, that is the bonus.


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