How to Join Member's Area Private Library Search Today's Topics p Login
Main Forums Discussion Tech Talk Mature Content Archives
   Nav Win
 Archives
 Open Poetry #6 Archive
 Concerning The Room With A View & The La   [ Page: 1  2  ]
 25 26 27 28 29
Follow us on Facebook

 This is an Archive. You may post a reply, but new topics are not allowed.

 
User Options
Format for Better Printing EMail to a Friend Create a Greeting Card with this Poem
Admin Print Send ECard
Passions in Poetry

Concerning The Room With A View & The Lady In Red

 Post A Reply   Go to the Next Oldest/Previous Topic Return to Topic Page Go to the Next Newest Topic 
Lady in Red
Member
since 02-16-2000
Posts 150


25 posted 03-01-2000 07:42 PM       View Profile for Lady in Red   Email Lady in Red   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems   Click to visit Lady in Red's Home Page   View IP for Lady in Red

**** waking up in fury ****

Oh my goodness dear King
Thought you were Justin T.
Felt right on my chest
Something touching me

That's an aweful bruise
I made on your face
Kind of colourful though
Hope you don't need a brace

Will you please forgive
Your Lady in Red
I never thought I' see     (For she's tired now)
You again after this Hell  ( and wants to go to bed   )

Lady in Red
Member
since 02-16-2000
Posts 150


26 posted 03-02-2000 09:01 AM       View Profile for Lady in Red   Email Lady in Red   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems   Click to visit Lady in Red's Home Page   View IP for Lady in Red

Nurse Kindheart will you please attend
Justin T., although he is no friend
But still a brother of the ‘Stute
To let him die, I must refute

Justin Spire, sweet young man,
My heart belongs to this Crayon man
I hope you’ll comprehend
May I still call you friend ?

Here is my hand, I’m sorry dear
In your face I struck in fear
Eventhough I did not mean to
Please do what you must do

Colour it red, colour it blue
Colour it with everlasting hues
This hand from now on belongs to thee
As does all of the rest of me

Blue eyed Knight from East Wing
One and only Crayon King
Master cook of mystery stew
Where do we go from here ?




 Romeo, Romeo, where fart art thou

Andrew Scott
Member Elite
since 06-24-99
Posts 2655
Redlands,CA,USA


27 posted 03-02-2000 04:38 PM       View Profile for Andrew Scott   Email Andrew Scott   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for Andrew Scott

My Dear Lady in Red
Though I've suffered your hit
To know my Red's alive
I am hurt not one bit

Though my eye is shaded
A perfect hue of blue
It matches that hickey
That I just gave to you

Now that I have you back
There's but one thing to do
A wedding's in order
To unite me and you

(getting down on one knee)

I tender you privilege
To all of my colors
Please accept this offer
Above all the others

What say you my Lady
Will you marry this King?
And in your so doing
Become my Queen East Wing
Lady in Red
Member
since 02-16-2000
Posts 150


28 posted 03-03-2000 08:46 AM       View Profile for Lady in Red   Email Lady in Red   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems   Click to visit Lady in Red's Home Page   View IP for Lady in Red

Oh Dear.....What must I do ?
Now I have to explain to you
A secret of darkness
After a night sleepless

My answer my love, my King
will be in "My King, Ruler Of The East Wing"


 Romeo, Romeo, where fart art thou

Justin Spire
Junior Member
since 02-19-2000
Posts 13


29 posted 03-03-2000 05:18 PM       View Profile for Justin Spire   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for Justin Spire

Sweet sugar of my earth devine
please take my hand as yours
you will live in peace with thine.
 
 Post A Reply   Go to the Next Oldest/Previous Topic Return to Topic Page Go to the Next Newest Topic 
All times are ET (US) Top
  User Options
>> Archives >> Open Poetry #6 >> Concerning The Room With A View & The La   [ Page: 1  2  ] Format for Better Printing EMail to a Friend Create a Greeting Card with this Poem
Print Send ECard

 

pipTalk Home Page | Main Poetry Forums

How to Join | Member's Area / Help | Private Library | Search | Contact Us | Today's Topics | Login
Discussion | Tech Talk | Archives | Sanctuary



© Passions in Poetry and netpoets.com 1998-2013
All Poetry and Prose is copyrighted by the individual authors