Val Brooklyn Rogers
Beyond The Berry Cherry Trees - Poem by Val Brooklyn Rogers
It must be true love because it was beyond the cherry trees we first
Met and embraced one another in those CRYSTAL days. So unsure and
Fond one of the other.
I have caught you, held you
And played with you kindly laughing
Beyond the berry cherry trees.
Only a whiff of your sensualness
Was all for this. A wonder, an optimistic
Smile, aah my BELOVE. For we shall
Surely DANCE on heaven's bed for eternity.
But do not grieve. I have not perished.
Save all of your mournful tears for another fate,
And we will count every tear drop. Do not
Become accustomed to tears.
Lest I whither away as a lifeless once graceful
Flower now blowing in The wind.
I would pay. With. Every possession if I could
Have you for a lifetime. A lifetime so pure
I adore, splendidly
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