In Ardent Pursuit Of True Love: A Chance To Live A Romantic Destiny Poem by Terence George Craddock (Afterglows Echoes Of Starlight)

In Ardent Pursuit Of True Love: A Chance To Live A Romantic Destiny

Rating: 5.0

we could and should write a book about elite family photo fashion albums
it is worth a review those with a gypsy spirit will flush rules down the loo
pursue wealth at cost of love calculated cold reap loss live to heartfelt rue
lost chances for love a stone cold marriage bed ice cold lover emotionless;

is it not worth all to ardent pursue a great true love a chance for a destiny
wealth is like the leaves on the tree that wither and fall in aged Autumn
true love is the whole tree every tree in passion forest ever Spring reborn
money sterile is like ice rain drops falling from black cloud heights stormy;

true love is the sea entire oceans where each sacred raindrop was birth born
lust is like a dew drop sparkling on a blade of grass at newborn day dawn
summer heat evaporates each elfin droplet as long heartless burns hot sun;

tempting rainbow possessions parched long drought fade empty gather dust
true love lost is ever a broken wasteland poor worthless soil destitute dust
devoid of life's magic in strife woven hectic pace life lust stains a red rust;

Copyright © Terence George Craddock

Thursday, January 12, 2017
Topic(s) of this poem: lifestyle,love,love and art,love and dreams,love and life,true love
Split image from the poem 'Prada Dressed In Style Stealing Spotlight Moments' by the poet Terence George Craddock.
Many lines on true love were inspired from the poem 'True Love' by the poet Terence George Craddock
Written in January 2017 on the 13.1.2017.
Michael Walker 12 January 2017

I like both the longer lines and the longer poem as a whole, compared to your other poems. This style suits you.

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Terry Craddock 13 January 2017

Thanks Michael, therein also lies the problem, I have been told about 5 different styles suit be and they are not always compatible, but elements of nature are among the most popular, most poets here like short poems of 12 to 20 lines maximum, but I have a fan for my longer poems; a friend is busy writing a reply to one at present and wanted 'Prada Dressed In Style Stealing Spotlight Moments' sent as soon as it was finished to his account, at over 100 lines it will be read by few but it is a style once popular by serious poets of bygone time. A style that is too much effort for no audience in a few seconds to spare electronic era but a thought probing piecefor those with time; shorter split images like talking heads 'A Man Can Have Many Heads But Is Defined By First Impression Clothes' will get a little more interest.

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