Bernard Franklin

Rookie (14 Aug- 1958 / Bath, Somerset)

Spellbound - Poem by Bernard Franklin

I wonder what attracted me,
to you that special day.
Let’s have a look to see just where,
my deepest feelings lay.
Your eyes that sparkle, full of joy,
reflect your love for life.
Your spirit like a magic wand,
deflects all pain and strife.

Your hair as liquid sunshine flows,
like honey to your waist.
Your lips so soft and tender dear,
are ripe and sweet to taste.
Your soft caress and tactile touch,
give warmth from body heat.
Your gentle sighs from deep content,
are oh so hard to beat.

Your body is a temple of,
perfection guile and grace.
Your smiles enhance the beauty of,
your finely chiselled face.
The calming purr of your deep sleep,
your face serene and pure.
For the depth of love I have for you,
there is no earthly cure.

Virtues and values fill your heart,
with room still left for love.
The peace you give is carried far,
on the wings of an eternal dove.
You’re a priestess sent by heavenly hands,
as a sentinel for my heart.
So as a present from my God to me,
we can’t be made to part.

I never thought that I would feel,
such total peace of mind.
For I never thought I’d meet a girl,
so gentle calm and kind.

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, August 12, 2010

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