Leorne Adile Poems
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The Perfect Gift
To express what I within me felt
That words already said had failed
I sought things materially made
To offer unto thee instead
So I turned to Jewel pieces
(And these were of dearest prices)
'But then, ' methought, 'how useless!
To bejewel a thing already so glamorous'
Then I thought to pluck thee a rose
And from the finest I'd make my choice
Yet would not the essence disappear,
The moment it would start to wither?
And when I thought to sing thee a verse
From the love song I had long rehearsed
Once again I made a halt, for I thought, ...
Now That I Know You More
So that I could see you clear,
When you were no where near,
I would at first have to close,
Both my eyes as if to dose,
And set to rest my mind,
In all the peace it could find.
But now that I've known you more,
I need not wait till I snore,