Kevin East

Rookie - 6 Points (22 April 1954 / Amersham bucks)

Who Will Love Me. - Poem by Kevin East

Who will love me.
Like a breeze that carries lavender scent
To summer's afternoon.
And trees bent
In swoon,
To red horizon high.
Or their charcoal arms
Worshipping a crescent moon
Alone in a night sky.

Who will love me.
Like stars flung
As jewellery,
On a necklace hung
Upon that lady of the galaxy.
Eternal candles of hope
Flicker with the breath
Of a million lovers vows.
As the dawn allows
A new Eden.

Who will love me.
Like the song of a brook,
Lit by a smile of sunlight.
To glitter in its flight
Of fancy.
-In dreams of an open sea.
Or a rainbow
Hanging in grey gallery
Of a winter sky.
And that sunset
With golden eye.
Bidding adieu.
As twilight grew,
And birdsong flew
Like a final symphony unknown.
Aching to set us free.
Please, do tell
Before waking to eternity.
And the sound of a mission bell.
Who will love me.

Comments about Who Will Love Me. by Kevin East

  • Rookie - 397 Points Poetheart Morgan (3/19/2013 11:05:00 AM)

    Where is the line Poet! ! ! I am in! ! ! Beautiful (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, March 19, 2013

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