Treasure Island

Peter S. Quinn


Magical Poems


Magical Poems
magical poems
glow in time's dream

half-remembered
with illusions
of joy and grief

sung in memory

~*~

eternal dance
goes on and on
each moment
given a change
to find a place
in the sun

sweet blue eyes
with shadows
in twilight grays
your moonstones glow
in love different ways

what come and goes
in life interplays
and nobody knows
what goes or stays

blue ocean waves
tides - on and on...
the coming days
in the red Spanish sun

with love they are
and within beaches of sand
under the twinkling stars
love they come to understand...

...sweet romance cafes
in love's music adagios
with love different ways
and the air full of arrows
where hearts conveys
and nobody knows
what goes
or what stays...

Submitted: Saturday, May 26, 2007
Edited: Wednesday, March 02, 2011
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