Linda Neill Poet Digter
To My Love, My Purple King - Poem by Linda Neill Poet Digter
…Remembrance notes are dressed indeed
for you, my king, in my honorable waiting deed…
Hear my epic chant on a rose wood guitar
Imbedded within a heart shaped Indian sitar,
a lavender song to my beloved king clothed
in Jasper stone colored cloth, - my beloved.
My lilac purple pining wishes are imprinted
in lavender thoughts your face is so anointed.
My lament presses my lungs out, for without
you, - my breath whistles, my soul cries aloud.
Here in a longing psalm and decision
hear roses in song 'Our hearts decision'
My queen heart invited to be wed
is always clad in a lovely thread of red
but the ache that grips me right now
plays in lavender blue, mauve in sorrow
(Here I remain waiting, of thee I do tell, -
although knowing it will all play out well
in our noble marriage, a love dew spell
of an endless love we do foretell)
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