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by Michael Sep 11, 2018
Love, romance /
I waited. And waited
within a darkened room
for you to appear
I stood over you
and slowly a pattern emerged, revealing
a blue-print of you in black and white
captured in a sunset
braided by white glowing rays of the sun;
wispy rivulets shimmered along each strand
like silver linings, sweeping across your
black tulip lips
your eyelids opened up
holding a night sky beneath
where in each, moons filtered
I couldn’t help notice
how much I looked at you;
admiring you for hundreds of seconds
the sun picked up the pieces of the day
leaving a twilight trailing behind you
and black trees.
..then placed you
in the frame of my heart
with an edge gilted in love
by CJ Maleney
I love this poem.
I would like to ask a question though, if you will indulge me.
Do you actually have your own dark room? (Photography purposes obviously). If so I'm so impressed. Everything seems to be digital these days.
And should this be the case then respect.
My friend is photographer, and rents a dark-room for certain photo work. I love it in there a fascinating place, and the process is therapeutic no doubt.
And thank you M:)
by Milly Hayward
Another superb piece Michael. Such lines as "The sun picked up the pieces of the day leaving a twilight trailing behind you" are just so beautifully visual. Loved it. Milly x
Thank you Miss Milly :)x
by Dagmar Wilson
It can't get more lovely then this. Michael hugs to you.
Bless you Miss Dagmar thank you:)x
by P o e m e l o
The reason why youre one of my favorite Michael :-)
Thank you Poemelo
and for reading:)
by - Mr. Darcy
Sounds like a perfect picture to me.
Nicely worded, Michael.
Thank you Mr D :)
by Kitty Cat Lady