Darryl (Daristotle) McMillan

Rookie (11/01/1984 / Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario Canada)

The Rose And The Diamond - Poem by Darryl (Daristotle) McMillan

To The rose on my left
And the Diamond on my right
The waves of light offer
To me their Aqquittal
And as memories fade
And cold time lingers

The dog's bark rings
Steadily in the distance
The rose a symbol of
Loves titanic beauty
The intimate conclusions
Of the petals become entwined

To the powers invested in
Each breathe I cordially take
The radiant roster of
Fragrance experienced lightly
Danger lurks in the thorns
Of a sitting beauity

Wants of touch and tangability
Crowd Minds of observation
The diamond caresses my
eyes whith light reflections
A symbol of the timeless
Nature of the bounding perfections

Transparency of the mind
Present in this glistening being
Holding millions of experiences
Of how coal does speak
Changed into infinite potentials
Of The futures hearts

Stepping into the sun I see the
many facets of the magnificant stone
I wish to hold her in my arms
To feel her mystic presence
Touching can't be experienced
By the soul and connections made in time

I walk across the floor of our land
To my right to get a closer look
Into the diamond is my heart
Holding it timeless for her to touch
In my dreams I have seen the sight
Of her holding me throught the night


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, June 22, 2006

Poem Edited: Monday, August 9, 2010


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