love, mystery, nature, peace, religion
by Autumn Ehrhardt |
The low level haze
Carries the smell of smoke superbly.
The morning cooled daze
Leaves no room for joking.
Silence flies a dove.
The May early Sunday
Marries the peace of two lovingly.
No serendipitous replays
Sighs for attention provoking
Reverence stays above.
The grayness of this sky
Expires the normal jests remarkably
The quiet does not lie
Takes no verse evoking
Guidance He is love.
by Alfonso II Warally Ngengethe Mussabwa Chris |
day, marriage, poems, romantic, romantic love, rose, soulmate,
And comfort me
Come and join me
After prayers of prophets at home
No one will separate you and me
You will turn my house rose
Strong parfum to my nose
Visitors will sense it mostly
At our main entrance
Happiness will rise superbly
In our family
Well known couple from that Monday
Which will be a blessed day
To you and me
Lesbian and Gay
Will astonish on our marriage day
To see saulmates of the first Monday
Of the year till to the last day
Written for contest sponsored by Kim Rodriguez
by Matthew Rozon |
Consiously Unscrutibly Aw'inspiringly Superbly
Aware . . . Careless, In a Wake of Sentilating
Scintilation, Omniously Looming Over Thee
Bound Of Inevitability Earingly tenuous
Stretch of Love, Fore Boading A
Break, Of Subconsious Relevation,
tuned into event's Elate. None now will
tell, of what cooexisting protruding doth wait,
The tender lovingness & feeling again together forever
& ever . . . To Never Separate