My Evergreen

by Yrem Crish   Apr 25, 2012

Long years ago, I fell in love
With the most beautiful creature I ever had;
She was my queen, my comely mundane,
Who caressed me with love; and harnessed my dream...

I was enticed to her Goddess realm;
As she rendered her body before my hand,
She warmed me with her gimped kisses;
As the ocean breeze licked into my lips,
I closed my eyes and was amidst
The harmony of song swayed by the leaves...

I was born to be her sentinel,
As she vowed in me to be my shelter;
Both we shared the benefits of life,
Showered the breath of nature in this paradise...

Now, the sensuality of greediness,
Yet, exploiting the innocent of her riches;
Beasts rape her in cruelty,
Intruding the shadows of inequity;
Craving in pulchritude of her flesh
And devouring her soul into wickedness...

Panorama, is now a resemblance of picturesque
Like a nightmare owing me to breath;
Cripple of succoring her in distress,
Withered me away because of cowardliness...

Guilt fathom to my conscience,
Reminiscing the old words of sentient
"I can be your hero...
Yesterday, today and tomorrow..."
But, a covenant was fading away;
Drift and drown into sorrow...
Like poniards thrust my heart in pain
To shield from wrath annoying ambient,
Begging her as my earthly queen,
To be my refuge, my ever green...

*This poem is dedicated to our mother nature...our precious home which rendered us essential treasure...but, recently because of modern is also affecting HER natural beauty...please rate this and leave any comments..thanks=)

It also published on May 13, 2012 under my screen name: crishmerl, link site


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    by Thomas

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