Connie Marcum Wong
Lavender Skies - Poem by Connie Marcum Wong
Lavender shades are reflected
In the shy sparkle of your eyes.
As dawn reveals still purple hills
In early morn's gloaming skies.
Tall pines envelope us with bird songs
In harmony's league with the wind.
Lovers kissing in silhouette,
As two souls intertwined ascend,
Rising beyond...lavender skies
A sacred dimension unseen.
As above so below we seek
To keep divine love in between.
By this sacred love we’ve been blessed
To share such happiness given.
Two hearts with twin aspirations
Shall dwell on Earth as in Heaven.
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