Joseph Narusiewicz

(9/29/50 / So St Paul, Minnesota)

A Woman's Heart


Chivalry guards her axis eyes
Vanguards of the old forest
Tired angels rest at the well
Out of the sea islands play

She lights the torches of myth
Seers parade the parables of sky
Hungry hearts hear harps laugh
Cryptic romance arrives by carriage

Flowers grow in medieval gardens
Lavender dances amidst the clover
Serene rivers glow in soft moonlight
Light the candles of joy from the stars

The sea flows with a new rapture
Red roses live like passion breathing
The birds sound like paradise renewed
She casts a spell with every glance

Knights stand guard in her castle
Ceremony with garlands of legend
Ancient poets drink new wine
Feasts from the land of spring

Harvest nights reap the bounty of love
Autumn leaves fall in her mystic gown
Her smile brings the sweet golden age
She is the mystery of sensuous time

A woman's heart opens a land of dreams

Submitted: Friday, December 02, 2011

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