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Unto mine eyes
by Lily of Lough Neagh a.k.a C. Dennis-Woosley
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"Love distills desire upon the eyes; love brings bewitching grace into the heart."
~Euripedes~


 

Unto mine eyes

 

Unto mine eyes you fill this soul

As it quenches my thirst

For you be onely unto me alone

Your breath upon which I partake

The luster of sweet nectar

Placed unto me fills my cup

For it nary runneth dry

 

From mine garden I take thee prized rose

Before thee I hand it unto thee

But not to upright  thee or glorify

Only that you may kiss these petals

Returning unto me this rose

Of your breath so it may forever live

No longer to wither upon the day

As mine love for thee nary withers

 

I bid unto thee mine heart

So gentle and benevolent

Thou canst find any other

For it only becomes to thee

That which I freely give

 

But if I must part from thine presence

Forever I take this eternal love

For which is gladly placed upon thee

Mine love, and life, mine heart

For thee I e’en depart unto death

Mine soul wilst be eternally blissed

 

Carolee Dennis-Woosley

July 19, 2012



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Reviewed by Diane Miller (Reader)
There must be an object of your affection here to write something so touching

Di
Reviewed by Diana Legun (Reader)
I'm with Budd Nelson, who is the impetus of your script? I would love you to write us a poem about that person. This is velvety writing that swishes around our senses like taffety and lace, and makes us yearn for yesteryear. Yes it does. ~~ Diana
Reviewed by jude forese
beautiful romantic poem ...
Reviewed by Vivian Dawson
Eyes of a beautiful soul
*Carolee* for love so sublime

Lady Vivian
Reviewed by Regis Auffray
So classic and so romantically expressed; in my humble opinion, the intended recipient of such lovely and loving sentiments is fortunate indeed. Love and best wishes to you, Carolee.

Regis
Reviewed by Ed J.
You are truly an inspiration to all but more so to me. I love the style of this and the love I share is just as beautiful. You have a talent for expressing love.

Stay well and keep writing
Eddy
Reviewed by Edith Wilde (Reader)
The days of old were such a beautiful romantic time Lily, Gone with the wind but better the way you write. Women were cared for and worshiped more in those times. Put on a pedestal is my thought to be something cherished and to have a future with. Today I sadly say this is a lost art. Thank you dear for writing something so beautiful.

Edith
Reviewed by Mark Huntsman (Reader)
This is so beautiful Lilly, I agree with Jane. It's like your an old poet the way you write. This is great as well.

Awesome!

Mark
Reviewed by Mr. Ed
Eternal Love - a most wondrous thing.
Reviewed by Gert van Weenen (Reader)
Amor non celatur

Love cannot be hide. This is so romantic and so full of love.
Your heart must be filled with love to write so eloquent and touching.

Thanks Carolee “Mine soul wilst be eternally blissed”
Reviewed by Jane Noponen Perinacci
You had to be born with an old soul........a writer's of course! Your stuff is so "that way"! When I read your poems it's like stepping into another, older, century!

Love ya!

Jane
Reviewed by Gail Delaney (Reader)
How magnificently romantic Lily, I could feel this myself and put myself in her place.

Gail
Reviewed by S Bergerac (Reader)
The sweetness of thine lips, the fragrance of thine breath, eternally blissed. My dear lady Lily, but the view of past poets who spoke so elegantly to their lady love. Devine, bravo!

I bow and tip my hat to you

Cyrano
Reviewed by Ed Matlack
Ur soul will be eternally blissed & blessed, as it is a good soul...e
Reviewed by Budd Nelson
Carol,
Whom ever could have been your inspiration for this eloquently and sensitively worded tribute should read and feel the depth of love you have expressed here for us to savour. You dear lady are a treasure beyond value.
Budd
Reviewed by Carolyn Dye
heart warmer and truly foretold of true and unconditional love. please keep gracing us with your words!!!
Reviewed by D. Vegas
Wow, Carol, this is breathtakingly beautiful from your heart...

Deborah
Reviewed by Ronald Hull
One beseeching poem of love.

Ron
Reviewed by Jerry Bolton
Liked the quote above the poem.

All the stanzas were perfectly written with a lovers' gentle touch, Carol. My favorite of the stanzas, however, was the second one, where the rose, after having been kissed forever lives. Ultra perfect is that one on my humble way of thinking.
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