Thursday, September 27, 2007

Caught Eager Perfume

The words for this week are:


He caught himself
eagerly following
the waft of her

He turned around

The only evidence
she's ever been there
is the smell
of her
that lingers
in the air.


charlotta-love said...

ohh...I like!

Rose Dewy Knickers said...

I like this, short but gripping.



RomanceWriter said...

Very pretty. This poem has a lyrical quality to it that sings.

tumblewords said...

'that lingers in the air' is a haunting phrase and a nice ending!

Shephard said...

Very nice.

Jo said...

I can smell her too.

This Girl Remembers said...

Mmmm.. what a vivid scene you paint with such spare language! I envision strangers passing on a busy street. Very nice.

Marcia (MeeAugraphie) said...

I like this, I could picture the scene.

paisley said...

very visual... very pleasing... all accept the sickeningly sweet perfume!!!!

lissa said...

I like this, like a short scene in a movie.

Clare said...

This reminds me of walking down the street and smelling lots of different scents and trying to figure out which person is wearing what. Nice poem!

Michelle Johnson said...

I find myself wishing that he could find her again and see where that could lead them. Beautiful poem. Keep up the good work.


gautami tripathy said...

A story told in poetry. I too got a waft of her scent!

Bone said...

Funny how a simple scent can so strongly affect the mind, and heart.

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