A Sonnet Of Love Poem by Charles M Moore

A Sonnet Of Love

Rating: 5.0

Skin of creamed alabaster
lips of cherry balm trees
she looked like a Godess from antiquity
her smile like a halo
and voice of a dove
she walked like an Angel a symbol of love
small birds sweet with music surrounded her grace
the air seemed to whisper her name in a wish
the sun tugged at clouds to stay out of the shade
flowers would bow as she passed by their way
her robes seemed to flutter they wanted to dance
her rythm and movement held life in a trance
beauties not earthlike it comes from above
and sings with all nature a sonnet of love.

Scarlett Treat 10 April 2007

Charlie, I gave this a ten, simply because I love the flow of the words. If any one word comes to mind to describe this work, I would say 'fluid' to tell about it. Beautiful love sonnet.

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Patricia Gale 14 November 2008

I must have missed this one.... but the best is allways the last. Splendid work, makes a heart sigh.

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Sandra Fowler 26 June 2007

The sonnet form is well suited to expressions of love. This is a fine example. Excellent write. As always, Sandra

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Mary Ali 13 May 2007

Simply wonderful. It's so cheerful and loving, and very beautiful imagry. it's so smooth. I love it. Thank you for sharing it. Mary

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Original Unknown Girl 20 April 2007

This poem flows so very easily, love it, it's luscious reading. Favourite line has to be about the flowers bending out of the way, so very fine! HG: -) xx

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Linda Ori 12 April 2007

Charlie - you do know how to write a beautiful poem. Your flow and rhyme are impeccable, and I love the ease of readability. You are a fine craftsman, sweet Charlie! Hugs, Linda :) xx

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Charles M Moore

Charles M Moore

Glasgow Scotland.
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