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2 - Impossible Love

Poetry By: JonathanShaw

'A short tale from a man confessing his love.'
The second poem in a short list of unpublished works.

Submitted:Mar 29, 2013    Reads: 93    Comments: 0    Likes: 0   

I treat you reader, come adore the

mesmerising view of my dreamer,

posing as elegant as the setting

on which we lie. Six out of seven days

she lets me drift over her clearer

side (except on those when it rains).

In Autumn she loves to change her dress,

but being bound in her bed, others must

learn to dress her. She loves to cheat, as

each day another is allowed to glide over,

lazily adoring what they disturbed.

"Oh horror," I do cry, "she is my only

valentine", as I thrust out for my

evening drift, watching the ripples flow by.


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