Morhardt Carmen Mencita Monoi Angel

Rookie - 37 Points (11.06.1960 / Philippines Manila)

Breezes and Elphes


Breezes and Elphes


Breezes as light as only air can be
Elphes dancing around a tree
Movements enchanting precarity
Happiness lived in serenity

Breezes as sweet as fairy tales
Hovering over huge waves
Elphes alike dolphin’s dashing rapidity
Amazing creatures of god’s eternity

Breezes as tender as tiny kisses
A flower basket full of magic wishes
Elphes ever powerfull love spell
Chasing meaningness into hell

Breezes as tight as an embrace
Elphes moving lightly in such grace
Scattering millions of diamond dots
On each little earthly spot

Breezes as hot as a huge log of fire
Sparkles cant swap to end fiercly desire
Elphes dancing rounds within flames
Playing naughty and happy games

Breezes as tremendous as are we
Gathering life’s nectar like a bee
Elphes lovely long wavy hair
like caresses in a breezy air

(Switzerland)

Submitted: Thursday, May 08, 2008

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