Peter S. Quinn

Veronica Is a Beautiful Rose

Veronica is a beautiful rose
Which in spring time comes and grows
If you don't know it - you know it now
Petals and blooms dance somehow

Fading they don't until in the fall
When shades grow more complex
For our eyes to gather and recall
That shades are uneven and in duplex

Though Veronica always glows
And her passionate feelings outflows
The morrows are uneven and scorning
Giving their distance and a warning

Fading is done and leaves are falling
On the cobblestones they lie as decks
Until winter breezes starts calling
They are lying still and show no reflex

Veronica is a beautiful rose
Till in beginning of fall - when wind blows
If you don't know you'll find out soon
Winter's coming and bringing it to ruin

Colorful blooming from summer's gone
With a face of a lady - once was young
The winter's showing a less kindled sun
There's no way steady nor right or wrong

From, The Starlight Poems / Lyrics...

Submitted: Wednesday, January 10, 2007
Edited: Wednesday, December 22, 2010

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