by swift silver
Tuesday, October 09, 2007
Rated "G" by the Author.
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Written for a friend of mine.
It was the early spring,
I saw you for the first time,
My pulses raced anew,
As you flowered like a summer rose,
Your attraction was the strangest thing,
It was fought but not defeated,
You became my private Solitaire,
A single enigma I cannot fathom.
Whilst the roses bloomed and faded,
Your beauty kept my mind in disarray,
Captivating winsome smile,
Flashing seductive eyes,
Is a secret message contained within,
They shine as two freshwater pearls,
Glistening in a virgin shallow stream,
One wrong move, touch and all is gone,
So my lovely Solitaire,
A complex puzzle you remain,
I fail to analyze the peices,
You are Aphrodite in my turmoiled mind,
A Goddess a million light years away,
Will you ever descend to my Earth,
Where I am trapped in vortex visions of fantasy joy.
Thinking singular thoughts of you.
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|Reviewed by La Belle Rouge Poetess Of The Heart
|I just found your poetry, this is exquisite, so tender with beautiful metaphors and loving nostalgia.|
|Reviewed by swift silver
|Thank you Jerry Bolton and E Richardson for taking the trouble to comment.Pictures of me Jerry can be a bit off putting I know.The poem being Bland I shall take on board in the future.
E Richardson I am glad the poem seemed to give some enjoyment to you.
A simple Englishmans efforts Worthwhile?
|Reviewed by Jerry Bolton (Reader)
|Drat! I was figuring on a lovely, married-with-children-and-picket-fence and now I find you're not quite there yet . . . Good. Stale, common, bland endings seem to turn me off anyway . . . Welcome to AD . . .|
|Reviewed by E. Richardson
|this is very well done...a fine piece with beautiful imagery and flow on the theme of enduring love. Splendid work here.|