If I Could: by Adina Richman

The written version of this poem has disappeared from this blog. To hear a reading of this poem, click on the player below:

To find more of Adina’s work on this blog, click HERE.

~ by bonniemcclellan on February 17, 2012.

8 Responses to “If I Could: by Adina Richman”

  1. I had the only relief giving laugh of the day when I read the greek blog.
    And the poe, well it does stick to my ribs. Well done.

  2. lovely, adina. felt one sensation after another mimicking love and parting. it cast a spell from beginning to end.

  3. Beautiful work, Adina. Very poised, sumptuous language.

  4. That is perfect. Lovely! Especially that last line….I loved it!!!

  5. So lovely, I could taste it.

  6. I prayed, when I clicked on the player button, that it would be your voice reading this delicious poem!

  7. Bonnie,
    I found this from another link and was under the impression it was Adina’s blog. I was thinking that I might hear Adina read it. Your reading was beautiful! Thank you!

  8. Yum Yum Adina! The older, wiser, yet still so hot, like soup, Adina.

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