Darryl (Daristotle) McMillan

Rookie (11/01/1984 / Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario Canada)

And Dearer Still The Angels Weep - Poem by Darryl (Daristotle) McMillan

Laryssa Awakened by a dream
Asleep beside a flowing stream
The beauty ridden leaves of green,
complete the magik painters scene
Soon she is crawling in to sleep
And dearer still the angels weep

Awake again she speaks,
to her master of the peaks
Her will grows ever stronger,
and likewise does her hunger
Her starving passion leaps,
and dearer still the angels weep

Dear princess of the town of Than
Who passionately does love a man
their people are bitter foes
She prays that nobody knows
The secret that she keeps,
And dearer still the angels weep

A butterfly sits upon a flower
During a secret Rain Shower
The creatures stuning simplicity
The innocence envelops thee
Pounding does pleasured hearts beat
And Dearer still the angels weep

The prince of altazar, sees
laryssa's beauty from a far
With a wedding ring in store,
he takes her to the Golden shore
On Cold Sand of time they Creep
And dearer still the angels weep

A soldier shouts up to the sky,
Pleading with his master way up high
with crystal tears he cries,
Please don't let me die
His faith he steadily keeps,
And dearer still the angels weep

An elven princess in her gown,
strolling through her sleeping town
A faery does she spot,
That so easily is caught
With the softest voice she does speak
and dearer still the angels weep

So a story has just begun
Beneth an etheral sun
What shall this tale have instore
Until my mind creates some more
The princess mystically sleeps
And dearer still the angels weep.

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, November 22, 2006

Poem Edited: Thursday, November 25, 2010


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