An Angel's Song Poem by John Lars Zwerenz

An Angel's Song

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An Angel's Song

We ventured out in the gray of night,
On amber furrows beneath linden trees,
Where the breeze caressed your naked knees,
Smooth as a stream, kissed by the moonlight.
The fountains which sobbed in the marble square
Bequeathed to the brisk, aromatic air
A somnolence of grace, repose and song,
As I worshiped your black and braided hair,
Which sighed to the stars, mellifluous and long.

John Lars Zwerenz

An Angel's Song
Saturday, January 17, 2015
Topic(s) of this poem: romance
COMMENTS OF THE POEM
Chinedu Dike 09 November 2021

Beautiful love poem nicely embellished with poetic rhyme and rhythm.....

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Dr Antony Theodore 20 February 2016

A somnolence of grace, repose and song, wonderful expressions. very creative in imagination and thin king. thank you. tony

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Sandra Wellington 08 March 2015

John Lars Zwerenz will be known in history as the greatest American poet of the 21st century. - Sandra Wellington

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James Bradley 16 November 2019

He is the best poet living, without a doubt.

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James Bradley 16 November 2019

And beyond that - I agree with you, whole heartedly, Sandra

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John Lars Zwerenz

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