St Helen Aisle

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beauty appreciation in a landscape

Submitted: January 28, 2018

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St Helen Aisle

By John Jimoh

The serenity of the plain is charming

You can hear the flapping of the wings

Of the willow leaves whispering love

Your hood a nest for birds in shuffle bids

Congregating men in ecological draft

Where animals take same luxury as men

A bond so humane and benevolent

Beautiful hearts and faces seated

In a stunning earth crust of gold liner

flinging its weight on the arc rim of

Liverpool, a cardinal facade of the UKs

Nurturing the ideal society a muse of

The garden of Eden a city-divine!

It is saintly and a model coined in the

Realm of the heaven’s construct

Eyes sink on eyes to foster care

A lullaby not sung but dissolves

Grief borne by one is by all

Like the spectacle of a nation

Full of love and delight in ecstasy

Contending with creeping sinister

A disgust in the sanctuary of the

People with bond of unity

Such a city I see in my dream

With offers of comfort and succor

In the bed of many clouds calling

For the St Helen's romance in the

Aisle of cuddle and warmth

Such a hope delivers to men

The glory of original creation

 


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