Antonio Liao

Veteran Poet - 1,359 Points (november 7,1957 / dapitan city)

... And My Lilies Are Blue - Poem by Antonio Liao

beyond, beyond time in far away land you can see the garden paradise of the past there live a fragrance Lilies that talk so loud, like thunder that calls for a brow, and a smile that gallops the sky as the sun is shining beneath the clouds and the tree dances with the birds that sings there lullaby.

the stream wonder the fish, for its freshness, tail capture the prism beauty of the scale, cool water goes to the thousand rivers that looks beyond anyone that thirst., reflected by the dancing clouds the whole place wrinkle to shower off the moist of the breezing sounds of the wind.

all that grow have something to say, emotion that calls to sleep and the breath that envy to wake, seems so quiet, for deep inside the stone the star rejoice for the sun has keeps on waiting to find the rainbow’s float in the midst of the flowering
Lilies it sprays.

comes the tail of waiting, when the clouds looks to find the creek, where pollen of spores ready to spray; time have mature as the lights pasture the soil, the break finds to recall that wanting is doing the joy of the crown.

all have to wait of where the shadow of the pathways to find the living paradise of the past, it takes a living sweet sleep and wait for me to go with you in the hidden sight of waking, for in the dream you will be there for a moment of time, be sobered and relax for the flower of the Lilies will laid you to sleep.

as you sleep, find always the trail and follow the footprint of reality and you will find the beauty of the fragrance of the Blue Lilies in your heart. I will be there with you my Dear beautiful dream, “for a smile that laughs brings peace in your heart and soul'. Peace be with you

Topic(s) of this poem: love and life

Comments about ... And My Lilies Are Blue by Antonio Liao

  • Abdulrazak Aralimatti (9/17/2015 9:56:00 PM)

    Lovely imagery indeed (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, September 16, 2015

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