Robert Law

Love - Poem by Robert Law

eloquent eulogies pass through my mind
conjuring up paintings of elegant times
spontaneous diversions swagger by
catching the glint of an innocent eye

the delicate scent of devotion lays claim
as a warm breeze unwinds its affection
dissenting blooms spring here and there
playing softly and without a care

separate filaments of reflections unite
weaving a tapestry of love and light
benevolent foibles transform to pleasures
etching happiness in ample measures
responses feedback enhancing the bliss
life is shimmering just like that first kiss

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, July 18, 2007

Poem Edited: Tuesday, March 22, 2011

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