Cheryl Renaud

Along The Riddle Of Our Fiery Nights... - Poem by Cheryl Renaud

along the riddle of our fiery nights
my silence found a tongue,
an intimate, scented handkerchief
a scarf to tint our world red
have your fingers search me
like an empty winding staircase
warm me by the fire of
your dragon breath

it's strange how the flames unite
our vows by the candle light
how that garden of angels pearls the wreath
above your pretty head
and rings my whispered soul
with shivers instead.

(18 October 2001)

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Poem Submitted: Monday, July 10, 2006

Poem Edited: Saturday, August 14, 2010

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