Tony Grannell

Poetess - Poem by Tony Grannell

When she would write with quill in candlelight,
she'd sip her Beaujolais as would her muse.
And she would too, a thought, in quiet recite;
a smile, she might, if deemed a phrase to use.

And she would choose a form to suit her mood,
some woven song of love, a ragged twill.
Whatever weave, her quest for art, pursued;
of quaint polite, a seamstress of the quill.

And she would seek some long forgotten word;
she'd search the hallowed annals of her mind.
As patient as the night and unperturbed
in whiling words away till she inclined.

She'd hasten not for verse may take its time;
she'd stay a pause whilst striking up a flame.
How she would douse the dark, the light divine
till glows what she has lit, will she remain.

When of a poem and time has disappeared;
her heart and soul in verse and thus become.
In such a charm her musings commandeered,
from whence deliverance and she'd succumb.

She'd lay her poem to rest where ink may dry;
she'd sip her mellow rouge in sweet delight.
She'd wait the morrow's night, her heart's reply,
when she would write with quill in candlelight.

Topic(s) of this poem: poet

Form: Verse

Comments about Poetess by Tony Grannell

  • Cigeng Zhang (3/17/2017 12:03:00 AM)

    It's a very beautiful work for poetess and poet.“”she'd sip her mellow rouge in sweet delight.”What a wonderful verse! The beauty of a poetic soul is always appreciated by us.Write with quill in candlelight - I see the everlasting classic beauty in candlelight. Thank you Tony for posting such a nice poem. Enjoyed. (Report) Reply

    Tony Grannell (3/19/2017 1:04:00 AM)

    Hello Zhang, Lovely to hear from you again and that you found beauty in this poem delights me, no end. I do thank you so very much for your beautiful response. Regards, Tony.

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, March 8, 2017

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