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The Red Red Rose
by Elizabeth Melton Parsons

Monday, July 17, 2006
Rated "G" by the Author.
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A true and everlasting love.


The Red Red Rose


 


Petals soft and silky smooth


with moisture from the glistening dew.


The scent of love fills the air.


Given with deep love to share.


A trembling hand to hold the gift


and with his love, the spirit lift.


Velvet red the color glows__


forever love it has foretold.


Upon her favorite page is pressed


the rose in all its glory rests.


Placed inside with a loving hand


that wears a golden wedding band.


Decades pass and the two moved on.


The loving tribute to their bond__


upon her favorite page still lies,


testament to a love that never dies.


©Elizabeth Melton Parsons

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Reviewed by Miller Caldwell 7/26/2007
Now that's marriage.
Miller
Reviewed by Richard Orey 4/15/2007
My dear Elizabeth,
Your words and thoughts are beautiful and full of insight and meaning. I love The Red Red Rose.

Some time back you visited my den and left a review of my poem A Lovely Rose. Perhaps you might visit, again. While there read two other postings: A Walk In My Garden and The Kiss.

You and I seem to share at least two things: Roses and testaments to a love that never dies. Besides that, I still love your name. Maybe I'll go to court and have my named changed to yours. Strike that. Just another rash thought. I don't think my wife would like having to suddenly call me Elizabeth. No. She would probably prefer something like Charlene.

I'm feeling great! Have you ever tried rose wine? (Just kidding, of course. Didn't want my review to be boring.)

Richard
Reviewed by Phillip William Allen 7/19/2006
Made my morning with this well penned gem
Reviewed by Peter Paton 7/18/2006
Elizabeth

I echo Jerry's comments below...
There is one in our family bible too..
Great sentimental write

Peter
Reviewed by Jerry Bolton (Reader) 7/18/2006
There is our version of that rose pressed inside the Bible in the next room. Good.
Reviewed by Sandie Angel 7/17/2006
The rose represents true ever-lasting love. Very romantic!

Sandie May Angel a.k.a. Sandie Angel :o)
Reviewed by Taylor Ryan 7/17/2006
Nothing more beautiful or sentimentally and romantically suggestive than a single rose...
Love, Taylor



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