Fergus Michael Condron

Rookie (02/05/1963 / London South East)

And Dare Not Speak Of Your Name - Poem by Fergus Michael Condron

Will you recall how we used to make love? Entwined summer passion, like hand as in glove.
You asked me to burn ships, see how Troy did ablaze, for loves pure intention now lost in a maze.
They gave me a kingdom of power and fame, how I now look away, and dare not speak of your name.

Will you never recall how your lips once touched mine? Our hearts beat together, rise and fall, so sublime,
You asked me to conquer, and I did just the same, but it's just an old story, and dare not speak of your name.

Maybe one day when your lover has gone, your mind it may wander at times like a song, and will you recall of this game full of fame, I shall hush my words spoken, and dare not speak of your name.


Comments about And Dare Not Speak Of Your Name by Fergus Michael Condron

  • Rookie - 18 Points Rachel Ann Butler (10/12/2009 2:50:00 PM)

    Will you never recall how your lips once touched mine? Our hearts beat together, rise and fall, so sublime,

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  • Rookie Sara Beloved (12/7/2008 3:28:00 PM)

    THAT WAS GREAT! ! ! ! did u write it about someone or just come up with it? either way it was wonderful! ! ! (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, December 7, 2008



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