Schhzad Kareme

A Lover's Compliments I - Poem by Schhzad Kareme

Thou art the mighty ocean full of love

Whereby the eyes drink sips of poisoning

Sedate which full my soul and make me move

Heralds thy every glance of fragrant spring

Thy eyes have galaxies of far in them

Dissolving all realms of mirth and pain

Thou smile as precious like a golden gem

Earthy objects in hands thy radiance gain

The roses blow away in scornful storm

Before thy tempting softness that o'erflows

And yet this sun could seldom do reform

Throwing light as thy glamour free of loss

Forsooth, my heart dwells in thy o'ergrown fame

Ere the fire grows, let start a lovers' game

Comments about A Lover's Compliments I by Schhzad Kareme

  • Brianna Winebarger (4/2/2012 7:24:00 AM)

    Fantastic! ! I can imagine the feelings and the thoughts with every line! (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Monday, April 2, 2012

Poem Edited: Monday, April 2, 2012

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