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Farshid Rezaee

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A Love Song


Velvet veil of violets has covered thy hair
Ruby red roses kneel to form thy bed
Pretty plump pansies bend to pamper thee
Dormant drowsy dews on daffodils are shed

Golden cascades of hair on the shoulders fall
Sunny fairies descend as if they heard a call
Dancing dainty damsels come to see thy face
Lyres played softly, chanting for thee to lull

Voice of the angels touch, strings of soul
Sweet scent smelt as the petals part
Cooing breeze fondles the dandelions’ hair
Fluffy clouds flirt in the ocean’s heart

Clanging feet of time is heard, but you needn’t fear
For Eons of Edenic bliss, awaits you dear

Submitted: Thursday, August 03, 2006
Edited: Saturday, August 21, 2010

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