Treasure Island

Joyce Hemsley

(22.9.28 / Portsmouth England)

Bride And Groom


Butterflies and bumblebees
buttercups in bloom
bonny bluebells near the briar
bring back memories anew.

Brilliant skies, babbling brooks
bushes of bamboo hue
baby blackbirds on the bough
and beguiling lovesongs too.

Breakfast time at Tiffany's
bonnets of baby blue
bubble bath, Brute perfume
bicycle rides for two.

Bridal dresses, bangles bows,
beautiful bands of gold
balmy breezes breaking through
bringing back bygone vows so true for
besotted Bride and Groom.

Submitted: Friday, May 21, 2010
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