Renee Russon


Red Suede Shoes Poem by Renee Russon


Red suede shoes with tiny stars
Lie in a field of golden sunflowers
That's where love began
She went to collect honey
In a land where tiger's roam
So far away from everything she had ever known

Living a moment in a perfect embrace
Coming together, face to face
Dancing to life
Milonga in style
Throws back her hair
A goddess stare
Its on with the show
Tomorrow? she may never know.

Their voices had spoken of a life-time lost
In separate lives...pain being the cost
Echoing music, re-learning to live
The future now here willing to give
Under a tree she gave him her vow
What was, then is
Forever
Now

Submitted: Monday, July 21, 2014
Edited: Friday, February 27, 2015

Topic of this poem: Love


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  • Rookie - 100 Points Rose Russon (3/6/2015 2:37:00 AM)

    Thanks John for reading my poem (Report) Reply

  • Gold Star - 15,246 Points John Westlake (9/2/2014 8:12:00 PM)

    This poem reads like a song. Sang almost in folk style with a nice guitar or the instrument of your choice. Just don't ask me to sing and play, I can't do either. I'd rather enjoy this poem again. (Report) Reply

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