Patricia Gale


The Closing Of The Day... - Poem by Patricia Gale

Aye, it was a day of all days
I sit here wondering about all nay’s and says
Sipping on strong coffee splashed with Irish cream
Wondering if tonight you will walk amongst my midnight dream
Feeling a chill course through me soul
Wondering if your spirit is out for and October stroll


Sometime I wonder
Then ponder…
Could we have been together another time another place
Have I kissed those petal soft lips on that handsome face?
Have we danced to the sound of a harp in days of old?
Could I have spoken to you words untold?
Perhaps in a royal court, you my king and I your queen.
Could we have made love long ago while the fairies watched in the forest green?

Aye, perhaps but who would now but the Lady of Love
At times I look at the stars above
Close my eyes and whisper low, could this have truly been
Or just part of some lover’s scene?


Comments about The Closing Of The Day... by Patricia Gale

  • (10/12/2007 12:32:00 AM)

    I'm reading this with an Irish accent. (Which, er, kind of comes naturally) . And it's contemplative and beautiful. t x (Report)Reply

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  • Chris Lane (10/10/2007 8:48:00 PM)

    tá sé tar éis iarraidh a fháil a rinneadh ar an bhforas gur bhain práinn leis (Report)Reply

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, October 10, 2007

Poem Edited: Friday, April 15, 2011


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