Lady Mine

November 12, 2012
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A fair and noble lady tis mine
T’would risk her heart and soul for thine
With mane the color of golden wheat
And eyes the essence of the Aegean Sea
The purest of hearts, the strongest faith
The wildest of spirits she could tame
Such is the graceful power of her
She could turn any her defender
Tis such a bright light she holds inside
Demons, they cower; shadows they hide
Tis the love we share that makes me strong
With her at my side I can’t go wrong
I love her more than words could express
From her affections I’d never digress
Fair and noble, this lady of mine
To risk her heart and soul for thine

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ShroudedLight said...
Nov. 16, 2012 at 6:24 pm
This is absolutely perfect! Your title is so captivating, I was hooked into the poem, and the way you flowed through the piece was flawless! Very good rhythm, keep it up!
Euterpe replied...
Nov. 17, 2012 at 8:14 am
Thank you very much for your comment! Im very glad that you liked it :-) i am one of those pesky writers who has constant doubts and critizism about her writing and this one was very 'iffy' for me, so your comment was very relieving. thanks again!
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