Deep bore fondness, goaded as the wind
Turned myself from usher profundity
Buried the feelings deep in a silent tomb
Only a speck of love could ignite
A vial smile of yours
Least along all, I felt alive
Had I been so beguiled?
Were I so blind?
The worst twinge, distresses could bear
But that wasn't the heavenly plan
For my sight fell upon a treasure
Saturday, May 4, 2019
Topic(s) of this poem: life,love,love and life,romance,romantic,romanticism