Daniel Richards

Rookie (09-11-1982 / London, England)

Two Lovers - Poem by Daniel Richards

We tripped the light fantastic,
It twirled and spun across the sky,
Dusting the starry night with colours,
Colours from every season
Dancing romance being the reason
Zeus allowed Eros to reveal his pineal delight,

Snow diamonds began to fall,
And Ice formed upon the sea
For the lovers dance to continue upon the frozen floor
As a love laced zephyr glided around the lovers pure hearts
Aeolus let play his windy harp a song of love rang across the land
The gods rejoiced, witness’s to the strongest love of man

An eruption of love with power never before seen
Gave glimpse to the hearts of the lovers
Which now beat as one,
We tripped the light fantastic,
It twirled and spun across the sky
A lover’s gaze into an endless ocean of emotion

She said the is no reason
As the truth was below and plain too see
With her magic touch,
Hera bound us but set us free
Two lovers joined as one
Loving each other in perfect harmony

We tripped the light fantastic,
It twirled and spun across the sky,
Dusting the starry night with colours,
Colours from every season
Dancing romance being the reason
Zeus allowed Eros to reveal his pineal delight,


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, March 18, 2010



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