I have not set my heart upon you

(Bottom Left: Rossatty)

ten thousand origami orgasmic stars

folded packages of pornographic propaganda

tossed from rhythmic erotic ferris wheels

shower down on slippery

back alley wall slams

I rub lust-slashed jeans against your coyness

I have not set my heart upon you

it is not your love I want

Erotica (mild) for Mindlovemisery’s Menagerie, Collage 10


14 thoughts on “I have not set my heart upon you

  1. Bastet November 10, 2015 / 12:10 am

    Oh my … what a write … beautifully executed … and he does have a mysterious gaze does he not.


    • tale weaver/ing November 10, 2015 / 4:01 am

      Thank you.
      Those eyes are so haunting.
      Pat’s photo challenge eyes are extremely haunting too this week.


      • Bastet November 10, 2015 / 12:42 pm

        I’m missing a lot of prompts and things these days .. and hope to be able to get back into the stream of things .. asap I’ll try to go and look at Pat’s photo challenge … haven’t seen her work yet (she blushes). For some reason the only MLMM prompts that come into my mailbox are the shadorma, the collage and the wordle prompt – and I get instant messages for MLMM so I don’t understand the problem at all.


        • taleweaver/ing November 10, 2015 / 4:43 pm

          That is strange re the prompts. I “follow” MLMM for posts, so I get notice as each one goes live.
          Wordpress seems to change what appears in my reader. I seem to lose and gain blogs there!
          I blush over the number of times I see the Shadorma and say, maybe next time.
          Pat is doing an excellent job — she has chosen provocative and evocative images, and the response has been great! Stories, poetry and such a lovely range of interpretations. I hope you do get a chance to visit Pat’s prompt.
          I find I’m not getting over to other blogs enough to see what folks, such as yourself, have been writing. I don’t haiku, but I could still see what folks have written for the Wednesday prompt!
          I’m been trying to get back into a routine, and set aside blocks of time for certain online activities. Probably should set aside time to visit blogs. Trouble is that these visits often lead me to other writing prompts! And so on.
          Well, I’ve written a post as a comment, so I should go. Time to put a load of laundry in the dryer anyway.

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          • Bastet November 11, 2015 / 12:50 am

            LOL … well, the comment is a bit long perhaps but it’d be hard to state the problem is fewer words. I really don’t get why I don’t understand why I don’t get all the notifications .. it’s weird .. but as you say, I don’t usually have the time to read all the writes of other prompts … it’s not an easy task, in fact I find it impossible and would have to spend more time then I really want to blog hopping. But I really should drop by at least sometimes to have a general look …


  2. summerstommy2 November 8, 2015 / 5:32 pm

    This is great friend, I love the erotic images you have conjured for this, the jeans in particular…..


    • taleweaver/ing November 9, 2015 / 1:26 pm

      The images brought (mild) erotica to mind — and I thought of how lust cuts away . . .


      • taleweaver/ing November 9, 2015 / 1:27 pm

        Oh, and thanks — glad you thought it was a good piece of collagic writing.


    • taleweaver/ing November 9, 2015 / 1:25 pm

      Thanks — it took several tries til I got the lines together. I must have written 3 x as many as a I used.


      • J Lapis November 9, 2015 / 3:11 pm

        Well you did a fine job, Phylor–Brava!


  3. mindlovemisery November 8, 2015 / 5:46 am

    I rub lust-slashed jeans against your coyness and the orgasmic origami hearts, this is fantastic Phylor =)


    • tale weaver/ing November 8, 2015 / 5:50 am

      Thank you.
      The boy/man with the incredible, haunting eyes with his fan made me envision coyness. And those eyes, well . . .

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