Drania Haplern

(08-15-1996 / Miami)

Haven of Romance


Romance
came at morning
love story without end
we stole a kiss by the river
the haven of love way down in the glen
soprano voices came hither
ecstasy lingered then
with the bliss of
romance.

Only a shy young maiden was I
how could my heart ever know
that love was steadily seeping
into the innocence of my soul?

Romance
came with glory
love's fable now I pen
we fell in love one September
at a haven of love way down in the glen
your kind caress I remember
I was eager to dance
on wings of true
Romance.

Submitted: Saturday, January 30, 2010

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  • Bartholomew A. B. Sarbah (7/6/2012 12:21:00 AM)

    Wow....nice poem. I like your expressions and diction.The poem is also not raw. It has inward meaning. Any I wish I were the one you fell in love with. (Report) Reply

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