Dante Rose Poems
- Sonnet: Seasons Of Love My mind exorcised, yearnings bolt and...
- The Zimmerman Game A generation calls, as the ships come ...
- Nobody Knows She was born in the city, her clothes were on ...
- Queen Of The Universe With flashes of fizzing poison, filling...
- The Princess & The Knife An incandescent spirit and a tongue ...
- A Train Across The Border Raindrops roll like ruthless ...
- Thoughts On St. Valentine's Da... Her voice as soft as summer’s...
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Thoughts On St. Valentine's Day
Her voice as soft as summer’s haze
With a melting lost-brown, oak-wood gaze
Smatters of emerald illuminate her eyes
Clouded breaths in the sharp night air
With ice breaking all around the pair
Explosive magic ignites November skies
Setting shadows on the sun
As winters dream is forced to run
Theatres fill with unexpected company
Though her face could inspire a wounded soldier
A haggard thief, or a drunk freeloader
Her enigma is just what she sees in he
Serene, fluent hips
Which bloom like a rose’s lips
Effervesce a power, binding and ...