My Creative Valentine: Recite Her Poetry

ProfilePic1Yesterday I shared a few tips on wooing your beau in a nontraditional manner this Valentine’s Day by cooking for her. This is not only a major money saver but you will earn major cool points which translates to major snuggle points for the evening festivities. So you have wined her and dined her but the night is still young, how can you top off that amazing meal? Sure you can go traditional and break out the flowers, balloons and box candies but you have done that for last several years. Try something new, something bold since you have already fed her body try something for the mind and the soul.

Recite Her Poetry

In the spirit of the first article I would like to start by saying that I know that most men are not poetically inclined, lyrically gifted or wordsmiths by indoctrination except when it comes to spitting the gift of gab that got her in the first place. So harken back to a time, the first time you saw her in that way, you know what i mean and remember that courage that you had to muster but once those words started to flow you knew you had her. This is what poetry is about remember those special moments and finding words to match the rhythm that it creates in your mind. Try to stay away from the old stuff that has been used far too many times: “roses are red and violets are blue” died in elementary school. Find out the things that she is passionate about and you will find a poem that speaks to this feeling. If she has a favorite poet, create a compilation of their works and read to her while playing her favorite tunes softly in the background. If you are having trouble finding something that speaks to the moment feel free to borrow from Nightwind Serenade I am sure you will find something to set the mood just right.

*Side note: Remember the dessert from dinner that I urged you to save some of in yesterday’s article, this would be a great time to couple that with a complimentary wine.

In this next step you may have to be a bit persuasive. Now you should insist that it is her turn to recite a poem. If she has a favorite great let her express it with all the emotion that she has to offer and if it is her own then that is all the more reason for you to embrace the moment. However, if neither of you are poets then go with one of the classics have her recite Maya Angelou’s Still I Rise, a strong woman empowerment poem is a natural aphrodisiac. As she speaks feel how she relates to the words and how her voice inflection and her body movement affects you in ways that they never have before. Let’s face it the only other time you will get this type of emotion is in an argument but that is another subject for another article it is now time to move into phase three.

Sensual Poetry

Now it is time for the sensual poetry. Ease into it something subtle first, seemingly off topic but will purposely set the perfect mood to move into a more sexually charged evening. It is important to keep your cool in this stage because this is when you bring it home poetically, sensually and sexually. Let’s keep it real this evening is goal oriented and while we love the dance and foreplay we are focused on completing the mission.  You wanna start slow, maybe pour another glass of wine and let her know you have a few more poems that you would like her to hear for discussion.  Might I suggest one of the many short sensual pieces from Deep Sexy Blue such as the one entitled:

Stimulating

Hungry with

anticipation

I await my lovers kiss

like the wet

that will drench my lips

when I sample

her sacred seas,

pierce those perfect hips

and leave my love

inside her mind…

It is important that the poem is short and not too heavily weighted with things to contemplate. It should be mission focused and clearly comprehended so her attention remains on you and how she is going to reward you for these new sides of you that you have shown. You two will find a new appreciation for one another and by the way this doesn’t have to wait for Valentine’s Day. Good food, good music, and good poetry is good for each and every night of the week. Share your intellect by finding the rhythm in her that moves your heart and once she becomes that rhythm in your heart the words will come easily.

Recap: Just as with the cooking she won’t be concerned that you wrote the poetry because she knows that you don’t write poetry but she will be touched by the energy you expended to make the moment memorable and meaningful. You too will be rewarded with a deeper understanding of your relationship and how new things not only mean change but growth and who knows maybe next year you two will have some of your own poetry to recite to one another as you celebrate Valentine’s Day.

…No one’s born a poet but chosen shorty after they learn life… Stay tuned I will expand on this topic very soon

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