Sweet Lily - Poem by Melvina Germain
I shall woo thee sweet, sweet delicate Lily
come touch me softly, my maroon lipped fair.
How can I ever leave thee my sweet, sweet Lily
after gazing in your eyes, I know I must not dare.
Blushed be my cheeks when you stare into my soul,
let the love in your eyes pray for thine heart.
Such beauty you possess, an artist dream I do hold,
may a fiery bridge or raging storm never keep us apart.
Sweet Liliy an intoxicating goddess you have emerged,
in the delicate light of sunrays and a rainbows arch.
Through the emerald blanket of the dale my love surged
and I'll kick up my legs to a proud lovers march.
Written by: Melvina Germain
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