Peter S. Quinn

Lilac Flowers Clustered Thyme - Poem by Peter S. Quinn

There are times that will come
Be with wisdom and glow
Songs of love they will strum
Through the darkness and grow
Friendship seeds and pleasures
The true values to any doubt
Any given sunshine treasure
That in spring will come about

Give each love song a meaning
For the times that are ahead
Every good thought is leaning
To past ways that have bled
Set your feelings to a heart beat
That will give you its firm trust
Know the good know the sweet
Before it is all gone and lost

Some reasons are wisdom flume
With inner structure and sublime
The roads to root's fragile bloom
Small lilac flowers clustered thyme
Take your bouquets here through
All this melancholy of silent still
The aggregate's always up to you
Every feeling you hold to fulfill

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, June 14, 2007

Poem Edited: Friday, March 11, 2011

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