Font Color='#880000'I Hear Her As I Breathe The Evening Calm [english Sonnet] /Font - Poem by David Zvekic
I hear her as I breathe the evening calm,
And wonder as the million stars ascend;
As amber fades through dusk, what lingers on
When daylight wanes and darkness calls again?
Her eyes that morning, held a smile so bright,
As love exalted life showed her caress;
Her silken locks - cascading folds of light;
Forever yearning, Forever finding less.
For then the whole world faltered, all sight closed;
A twilight intermingled with the day,
As quakes of desolate silence interposed
To yield all happiness, then fade away.
But sounds of that sweet sentence still implore:
Just uttered once, what love hears evermore...
- May 2,2006
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