Rosi Caswell Poems
|81.||If You'Re Lucky Enough To Be Irish||7/24/2012|
|82.||No Charge And No Price||7/24/2012|
|84.||My Precious Great Granddaughter||8/2/2012|
|86.||The Diamond Queen||7/31/2012|
|87.||The Black Pearl||3/9/2013|
|89.||Beyond An Animal's Eyes||7/28/2012|
|91.||The Welsh Dragon||7/28/2012|
|92.||The Animals' Plea||7/24/2012|
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The Animals' Plea
Feed me ‘til my belly's full.
Please understand me too.
Know that all I'll ever wish,
Is just to be with you.
I love you unconditionally,
Would die for you indeed.
I hope you love me just the same.
This is all we animals need.
Life in thoughts and words and actions,
Is simple, basic, true.
For peace of mind, don't look for more,
Help me as I help you.
Together then, we'll be as one,
Balanced in awesome truth.
Interlinked on circles Gold,
Growing both, to Sage from youth.
The Pirate Queen
We fought them on the Spanish Main,
With flashing sword and gun.
A bright and colourful picture we,
As we made those rascals run.
We were the pirates brave and true.
We fought our battles bold.
I still see us stood upon the deck,
With our bodies flashing gold.
I loved you then as I love you now.