Words To A Moor - Poem by Walid Boureghda
Words were once traced on sand by the love shore.
Convinced the waves were, sea ne'er saw that 'fore.
Red and black hearts, in miles scattered, gathered.
Their two souls into one love sea fathered.
Love is said to be but nights without days
I say love is but life with all the sun rays.
Veronica with her bluish hair petals,
Conquered the Moor's heart with her spelling scent.
And let him know the true love forever sent
To give them a chance stand anew their lives' tall.
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