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Thine Minstrel
by Lily of Lough Neagh a.k.a C. Dennis-Woosley

Thursday, August 23, 2012
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Renaissance a time of beauty in spoken word


 Thine Minstrel

 

Ah sweetest of thee thine minstrel

How thou sing’st away loves notes

Void of care well pleased in thine delights

As the fair season buds sprays

O’ the sweetest of flowers to thine heart

 

I am thine heart thy cup to thine soul

For what dear gift cannot be declared

A gift not spare to me of thine bounty

 

Thou dost sing most marvelous well

Well pleased love bade me welcome

It doth warm hands sprung from beautie

 

O’ be mine still and make thee whole

Lillies speak to me softness and purity

Thee music speaks to thy heart

Thy Creator’s goodness declared

 

Carolee Dennis-Woosley

August 23, 2012

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Reviewed by Regis Auffray 5/19/2014
Oh how I do not like this style of writing. I have to force myself to read what is expressed and not get "hung up" on the "thee/thou/thine" etc... Nevertheless, this is a very compelling romantic offering and I know that you would probably have loved to live during the Renaissance. Thank you, Carol. Love and best wishes,

xo Regis
Reviewed by Christine Alwin 8/25/2012
Perfect poetry to compliment the music of 'Celtic Thunder' that I am watching on tv right now :) beautiful!
Reviewed by Mr. Ed 8/25/2012
Thou dost compose most marvelous well

Reviewed by Ronald Hull 8/24/2012
I think my heart had a Renaissance. Are you going to Scarborough fair?

Ron
Reviewed by Laura Fall 8/24/2012
Oh what a lovely write and the photo so charming to go along with this Fantastic poem Laura
Reviewed by Mary Ann Biddinger 8/24/2012
Lily ~
Beauty in the renaissance essence, music of the heart.
Lovely in your feather quilled pen languishing marvelous poetry.

Lady Mary Ann
Reviewed by Teresa Walker 8/24/2012
Moved beyond words,dost thou feel,
Lily of Lough Neagh, oh so real,
A heart that speaks of one she loves,
The creator's goodness came from above.
Sing thou's song a music to ears,
Upon these verses was brought to tears,
A love moved inside of man,
Thank you for sharing, my dear sweet friend.

Curtsey, to you,
Teresa
Reviewed by Gert van Weenen (Reader) 8/24/2012
I wish I could be Thine Minstrel and sing away the most beautiful love notes for Thee
Thou creates the most marvellous visions of love and romance


Sigh.............. as so many times, beautiful Carolee
Reviewed by Vivian Dawson 8/23/2012
A time to be repeated *Carolee*
as love transcends through your
poetry....

Lady Vivian
Reviewed by Jane Noponen Perinacci 8/23/2012
Reading this is like stepping back in time. Your words are the time machine.

Love ya!

Jane
Reviewed by Darrell and Kathy Adams 8/23/2012
Another lyrical lute of loveliness. The lady and her minstrel are both "well pleased in thine delights", I think. I always notice a smile on my face at some point when I am writing comments on your work! Be well, Kathy
Reviewed by Mark Huntsman (Reader) 8/23/2012
So classic and romantically expressed in my opinion, the intended guy of such beautiful sentiments is fortunate indeed. Great Lilly as always

Mark
Reviewed by D. Vegas 8/23/2012
The Renaissance seemed to have much going on at that time and men were probably much more romantic then they are today...Beautiful poetry from a beautiful woman.

Deborah
Reviewed by Gail Delaney (Reader) 8/23/2012
This was a beautiful time and you have written it so well. I can almost feel myself sitting there.

Gail
Reviewed by Budd Nelson 8/23/2012
what a tale of love between a lady and her minstrel in the finest time period of history..you would have been a lady of the nobility
budd
Reviewed by Ed J. 8/23/2012
The most beautiful time in recorded history. Love bloomed in music, the artist's brush and the written word. I feel I belong there with my fair maiden. A knight of lesser talent trying to joust my way to my lady's heart. I saw a lot of sky. LOL endering poem of love.



Stay well and keep writing

Eddy
Reviewed by S Bergerac (Reader) 8/23/2012
You write in many forms and many genres dear lady Lily, all with the utmost talent. I am fond of the ones written of love.

I bow and tip my hat to you

Cyrano
Reviewed by Jerry Bolton 8/23/2012
And you, dear lady, would fit right in the Renaissance's midst without a flicker of a doubtful and wondering eyelash. You have the beauty in spoken word in your poetry and those words are an extension of you, and you are wonderful.

Thass whot I'm talkin' about!



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