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In Love's Arms

Poetry By: Graeme Montrose

a poem about two lovers underneath the shade of a tree

Submitted:Aug 23, 2009    Reads: 106    Comments: 3    Likes: 3   

In Love's Arms
Underneath the sweet lime tree
Sweet scented blossoms flow
Its branches shade as lovers kiss
Neath lofty wooden arms
Caressing tender touches feel
Arousing passions deep
Like spurting fountains from the depths
The lovers' passions race
Electrifying currents rush
Enchantments spiral round
Enticing eyes attract the heart
Enchanting orbs of light
Ecstatic feelings burst within
Like tidal waves consume
Erupting flowing racing on
The estuary fills
Their eloquence of words attract
Like magnetic cosmic fields
Enamoured hearts as one combine
As lovers lips do meet
Blissfully ignorant of all else
Delighting in their love
Entwined in arms of tender love
The lovers lay content
Visions thrilling to behold
Rush in like currents strong
A heavenly door is opened wide
As lovers join as one
Rapturous moments encompass them
It seems that time stands still
Exhilarating highs that thrill and thrill
Opening veils beyond
Like a diamond's many sides
Each refracting light
Adding to the beauty bright
Love the greatest jewel


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