Reyvrex Questor Reyes
Reyvrex Questor Reyes Poems
Love Sonnet 181: 'so Many Went To War, Had Frontiers Crossed'
So many went to war, had frontiers crossed,
All very apt and fitting for the times,
Blazed prairie trails, or be in oceans tossed,
But lo! This soul just prides to write these rhymes;
I never found the need to trek the stars,
My world is here with you, that now I find,
Without adventures, booty or the scars,
But privy to a wealth in peace of mind;
In grandeur basks the venue of our tryst,
That halls of Montezuma can't compare,
Beneath the skies, God gave us stars and mist,
Some better place to be for a love affair?
.....We need not Cleopatra's ...
Reminiscing The Cold War
When sleep cruising the night would linger not,
In bed laden with time worn cares, it bleeds,
For a cause, unknown, and the congealed blot,
Concealed the healing wounds of feuding creeds.
Might Winter yield to early sprouts of Spring,
Bringing newer thoughts, of a newer clime,
And, these quibbles, might it quash, so to bring,
Idylls of much awaited summer time.
But lo! The trifles have remained unfazed,