Apollo's Garden Poem by LeeAnn Azzopardi

Apollo's Garden

Rating: 5.0

Let's hold hands
Crossing the bridge in Apollo's Garden
And when we get to the other side,
Please don't let go
As holding yr hand is guiding through
For I fear the sunrise
We will picnic near the fountain for breakfast
And watch the wren and dove play
We'll toss coins in it to make a wish
Hoping that our mutual wish will come true
As we watch for the sunset, we will hold each other
Waiting for the moon to arrive
Blinding us with light

Saturday, August 7, 2021
Topic(s) of this poem: garden,affinity and love
Cowboy Ron Williams 07 August 2021

This is very well done, LeeAnn. I have given it five stars.

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Linda Bella Wassermeister 07 August 2021

Lovely poem, LeeAnn! Five stars!

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Kevin Patrick 15 August 2021

An exquisite rendering of the affinity of love. The closing lines are rhe icing on the cake

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Varsha M 08 August 2021

Well written words on affinity and fear associated to it yet a hope too to be together forever. Well penned sir.

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Rose Marie Juan-austin 08 August 2021

We can appreciate wonders of life better when we are with our beloved.

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Rose Marie Juan-austin 08 August 2021

A marvelous poem beautifully conceived and expressed.

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M Asim Nehal 08 August 2021

Always pleasure to be with the loved ones and also to read such wonderful poem of yours. Superb! ! ! ! 5****

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