Peter S. Quinn

Falling Through - Poem by Peter S. Quinn

Falling through
Like raindrops coming
Me and likewise you
We are all blossoming
Like ageless poetry
Standing tall in light
Like the branches on a tree
In their mighty height

Love songs never die
Till all their love is gone
You and sometimes I
Have our peace to carry on
What is right or wrong?
In these moments unkind
Is ours to get along
And those threads to find

Lights of fiery rays
Eyes of that dreamy touch
Glimpse of their blue grays
Irises saying – love’s much
Teardrops like a sphere
Glistening in their drop
Darling stay with me here
And bring my world up

Darling stay with me here
And bring my world up

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, October 14, 2008

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