Upon a lover's ideal

by Sarah White   Aug 2, 2006


Lame beauty withering slowly
Against the precious life form's arm.
A kiss planted so gently
Upon a lover's palm.

Sweet teardrops of the sunlight
Bathe them in a reclusive glow
A shadow falls intently
Upon a lover's plateau.

Alas! It seems pure nature
Has followed in appeal,
So calm, the world is living
Upon a lover's ideal.

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  • 11 years ago

    by Loulou

    This was a great poem and i am sorry i took so long. This poem is so beautiful!!!! i am glad you entered my contest with it!!!!

  • 11 years ago

    by The Lonely Rose

    This is a beautiful poem..i liked it..

  • 11 years ago

    by Lady Vengeance

    Really sweet. i loved all the analogies adn especially the line "sweet teardrops of the sunlight". man, that was soooo beautiful. i adored this poem. 100% brilliant : )

  • 11 years ago

    by LadyPearl

    Beautiful job, I loved the second stanza.

    "Alas" usually refers to something sad.

  • 11 years ago

    by N J Thornton

    Why has this such a low rating? Very well written. Good use of rhyme, nicely portrayed, and the repetition use worked well too. I really don't have a bad comment to say about this. Thanks for sharing.