Doth thine eyes shadow with darkness whilst I call thy name above starkness cradle thy ailing body within thine arms cast away wicked spells of evil charms. I leave thy destiny prisoned within thee till ye light of day shineth on forever free I've seen thee smile to thy lasses young and of flowers fragrance a song ye sung. Ye hail to behold thy cherished women abstinence of touch yields thee swim'in against thine tides of harmony in danger catch not ye undertow for thou stranger. I grant thee to follow thy blood as it flows whilst whispering wind speaks as it blows leaves of nature kiss thee ground ye walk make thee wishes fly upon wings of hawk. Upon thy arrival of thine mornings rebirth come to me bearing gifts of simple earth then I shall see thy honesty ye possess and forgive thee all thine errs nonetheless.
Corazon, I thank you, and I do understand where your coming from in your statement about the thee's and thou's, I also could not fathom them, but I've just started reading a book staged in this era and it has inspired me.
Lady Santos, I thank you most kindly.
This is poetry. Obviously, written by a talented poet. Welcome to these halls of poetic expression. Yours is a welcomed addition, and one to enjoy. Looking forward to more. DH ps....thank you for your kind response to my poem.
[This message has been edited by Danny Holloway (edited 04-05-2000).]
Murray, UT, USA
Esmerelda, very well done! It carries me to a Scottish castle upon the moor - which is where I would live if my heart had its way. Welcome to Passions, and thank you for the lovely trip you sent me on!
Kapolei, Hawaii, USA
Lady Denise: I bid to ye thanks and fair smiles for thine eyes have seen you've walked miles through thy Passions Poetry. Always a kind response from thou mind of yours makes me know you are a special person.
Ft. Lauderdale, Fl USA