Rosemarie Casaula

(Smithtown, New York)

Untitled - Poem by Rosemarie Casaula

Oh paradise that to me you alone have shown
In my heart now shall I keep the memory
Like a cherished song, a melody that's mine alone
When heart is tender, mine to hum in my reverie
Oh land of Eden where you alone have led me
A stranger to this place of beauty was I
And tenderly its' lovely wondrous paths you showed me
In heaven while with you there felt I
Oh paradise though mine for just a visit
Forever shall I keep it locked in a corner of my heart
And the Golden Key I'll keep when need be to open it
To let its tender, warm Heavenly bliss to me impart


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003



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