Green Fields

by PETER EDWARDS   Jun 11, 2012


Green Fields

Green fields where I long to be
hand in hand, just you, just me
Holding, touching, by my side
happiness, won't be denied
Wading thru' the Autumn leaves
a golden carpet 'mongst the trees
A woodland copse then we will go
where you will love me, hold me so
I'll lay you down on golden leaves
we'll 'moonlight bathe' by silver trees
And there at last all words long done
two silhouettes will merge as one
Few precious moments lost in time
where you will truly there, be mine
Then in the shadows we will stay
watching night, turn into day

If you were ever me to leave
eternity, then I would grieve
I'd walk these fields all on my own
chasing memories, all alone
My Heart would never, find a home ..

(resubmitted 11/6/12)

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  • 8 months ago

    by Em

    This was an enjoyable read and I wish I was in those fields of green, my head in cloud cuckoo land haha then again I think I may already bd there.

  • 1 year ago

    by Grant Gilbert AKA Slash

    Hi Peter this was a lovely read that left me with a longing for my wife and places now only a memory.
    Thank you i found your poem most enjoyable

  • 1 year ago

    by Cindy

    Peter
    This poem just grabs the readers heart with it's beauty. The rhythm and rhyme are excellent..the picture you have painted for the readers mind take you away to those green fields. How beautiful.
    Take care
    Cindy

  • 1 year ago

    by Ben Pickard

    Peter,
    The more I read your work, the more I realise that you and I share a love for rhyming romantic poetry - the kind not seen too often in these unromantic times of ours.
    This is a stunning little piece that was a real pleasure to read.....and read again!
    All the very best
    Ben

  • 1 year ago

    by - Mr. Darcy

    Hello Peter,

    This wonderfully written. Its flow and language a joy to read.

    A tribute to love. A love that is wholesome. But, with all love it has that fear of being without it.

    A great poem Peter.

    Take care

    Michael

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