Daniel Ilyas ilyas


The Brook


I could sit all day
watching you go away

Clouds above stare
at the beautiful air
below your

If you had hands
I would shake them,
for you take along
every rose petal, leaves
or feathers that falls
in as you go.

Your beauty
I have rarely seen

Your fresh face
truly races
through ages
and ages

I remember you
smiling hours and hours

In front
I would stand

Watching you glow
I really would love
to see, where it is you
take, this rose petals
paper boats and leaves
I give to you, as you
go by.

Written for he
who knows...

Never

Submitted: Friday, November 29, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, May 21, 2014

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  • Neela Nath (3/23/2014 9:36:00 PM)

    Arresting!
    Watching you glow
    I really would love
    to see, where it is you
    take, this rose petals
    paper boats and leaves
    I give to you, as you
    go by. (Report) Reply

  • S.zaynub Kamoonpuri (12/4/2013 11:05:00 PM)

    Aha sendin paperboats to yor sweetheart by d brook! Wow imaginativ luv u hav. Now keep hopin mayb d notes boats n flowers may realy wash up at her bank or shore eh. Thumbs up poet! Swell poetic ideas u hav. (Report) Reply

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