Thursday, 6 August 2009

theme thursday kisses


little hands hold a curious rodent nose twitching against my face, "mummy, george is giving you a kiss" and so, in intent, is george's guardian

the slobbery innocence of a tiny mouth, not truly pursed, on my face

the kiss-by-proxy of a shared drink

the kiss of nature in a rainbow

butterfly kisses on smooth young cheeks at bed time

a passionate embrace

the kiss of the Father in the warm winter sun
or the first warm breeze of spring

34 comments:

  1. I love this, Kylie.

    "the kiss of the Father in the warm winter sun," it's all beautiful.

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  2. Nice take on the theme :)

    Happy TT
    xoxo

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  3. Wonderful, especially the last lines...and incredible header!

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  4. i'll put my coffee ring on the table...lots of memories in those kisses...even from little rodents..

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  5. Awww..you're such a good sport with George!

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  6. Well I have never been that close to a rodent (though we did have pet mice)!

    I ruefully ponder that maybe furry-animal kisses are all that are left for me!

    I like this poem kylie- the way you have strung together different types of kisses; this is lovely.

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  7. I'm so dying for the warm kiss of spring! Very cute little erm . .rodent!

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  8. "the kiss-by-proxy of a shared drink"

    Delicious.

    The whole thing.

    My theme would only be slobbery not poetic.

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  9. Kyles,

    WOW!!! I absolutely love it!! This is so beautiful... You are a true poet - You write from life...

    Much love, M

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  10. Kissy kissy! I love this poetic post! : D

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  11. leah!
    thanks. it worked out ok for a stream of conciousness, eh?

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  12. marianna
    thanks and welcome to eclectica

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  13. subtorp, hi!
    i just got the header off google images. it's a phoenix

    come back soon

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  14. brian,
    i see you all about the place, nice to have you drop by for coffee.you might need to bring your own cake :)

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  15. betsy,
    hello :)

    georges kisses are adorable, i dont really need to be a sport!

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  16. cinnamon,
    NO!!!!!!!!
    dont entertain the thought that animal kisses are the only ones left
    i wasn't actually meaning to be a poet, just trying to make random thoughts look interesting :)

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  17. baino
    the last few days have been gorgeous, havent they?

    it's nice to welcome a sydney-sider, come back soon

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  18. jayne,
    welcome to eclectica and have a great weekend!

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  19. hi megs!
    how goes it?
    do you have liam back yet or are you still loafing about?

    either way, enjoy the weekend

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  20. wings!
    g'day
    you changed your avatar, yes?

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  21. molly
    nothing wrong with a bit of good honest slobber!

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  22. maithri,
    all you deluded people thinking i'm a poet, very funny!

    have a spectacular weekend you meanie, you :)

    xx

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  23. debbie!
    thanks. i wonder what delightful word artistry you would work with this theme?

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  24. skeeter
    thank you

    have a lovely weekend

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  25. Hi Kylie,
    Your mouse picture must my be my theme today.
    I got to work to be told not to go into the cleaners room as two night staff had chased a mouse into the room and had placed towels,sheets outside the door to stop it escaping.
    After waiting sometime for our mainetence man to turn up i was told to go in. I was in and out very quickly. The man turned up but he was adamant the mouse has got out earlier. I said it couldn't have as the door was sealed with towels and sheets. I reckon it is hiding in there and knowing my luck it will be me who will see it there on monday. I also had a girl from an agency in to help me who was indian and said i will pick it up by the tail and put it out for you if i see it. I have had a long week doing 8.5 hours this week starting at 7am. anyway the money will come in handy as this dosen't happen often that i have to cover the other lady while she is on sick leave. It is the first time in the time i have been there they have employed an agency person. They finally realised that they were asking too much of me, but i still had to stay and do the six beds on the other ladys side after going my side of the building. So i ended up with 13 beds each day. The agency girl just cleaned the basins, and vacuum the rooms.Sorry i seemed to have rambled on.

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  26. kylie, google image or not, it's a right nice interpretation and works well, here :)

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  27. Kia ora Kylie,
    This is beautiful, you are a poet. Like it or not you have a way with words.
    Aroha,
    Robb

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  28. hi jo,
    the funny thing about mice is the way they can disappear, utterly vanish!
    i hope your mouse disappears, i like our george but a feral running about isnt quite the same....

    13 beds a day sounds like A LOT. is there some kind of protocol saying who does what? couldn't the agency girl have done a few beds?

    i'm sure you will have loads of plans for the extra money, make sure you spoil yourself a little bit though, theres no point working your butt off for no benefit!

    hope you had a great weekend
    xx

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  29. subtorp,
    two visits to one post, wow!
    the phoenix is just so typical of my style: the swirling colours and the slightly abstract appearance

    cheers

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  30. ruahines, kia ora!

    such a compliment, thank you :)
    it's not so much that i wouldnt want to be a poet, just that i'm not really worthy of the title

    have a great week!

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