Entwined - Poem by Jonathan ROBIN
Now have the stars entwined our steps. Tonight,
Although apart, heart, thoughts, towards you fly,
To take you to my breast, Fate's weight defy,
And thus put false fears, worries, quite to flight.
Soon sweet contentment turns to pure delight,
Heart having found you, though the years flew by,
Ashamed that Time, delaying sacred tie,
Need take so long preparing future bright.
As when soft skin and golden tress incite
To praise such beauty none could e'er deny,
A heart of gold as well, seductive eye.
Sigh not! - I'll never jealousy excite.
Happy who by your side to grace can grow,
As two forge future which defeats Time's flow.
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