Bullion Grey

Rookie - 83 Points (12/28/1960 / Earth)

Love's Angel Sings Its Song - Poem by Bullion Grey

Loves Angel sings it’s song,
Oh I shall not care,
Farewell for I belong,
I met a maiden fair.
The seasons songs play,
Oh came love back to me,
Forsaken all here after today,
For only one I see.

Oh my heart it does shake
It pulls me toward this being,
Just below what I can take
Lord, what does this mean?

Her depth and softness as a flower,
She was made above,
And if I died at the midnight hour,
I know I tasted love.

She said her name as minstrels sang,
I reached and shook her hand,
then began this strange thing,
A type of curse to man.
For love is good, sometimes bad,
though neutral it is never,
For some that could, some that had,
For some it is forever.

But as we started in to talk,
a friend of hers walked up,
Between the two their eyes did lock,
And she held her cup.
Come with me now we must go,
We have a great night planned
We needn’t waste our time you know
Amongst a love Lorne man.

Enter shock and confusion,
Through my hearts big door,
For I mistaken loves delusion,
In a lesbians score.

As they turn and walked away
The look she took was fair
Love’s angel sang it’s song today,
But it sang it for another there,
And I shall certainly not care.


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Poem Submitted: Saturday, April 25, 2009

Poem Edited: Saturday, April 25, 2009


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