Romantic Bloom

And So the Waves Whispered...

And so the waves whispered...


There’s a place all too familiar 

which is imprinted In your mind

A place  So serene and beautiful 

a  precious  memory left  behind

 

And so the waves whispered...

 

It was  our waves in twilight hours 

as the sunset coated the sky

Upon our cascading waters

Its hues Glistening in your eyes

 

And so the waves whispered...

 

Our ultimate  waves of serenity

your soul sailing upon the mist

You floated like Clouds in the sky

as we blessed  you with our kiss 

 

 

Comments6

  • Goldfinch60

    May those waves forever whisper their love upon you RB.

    Andy

  • orchidee

    A fine write RB.
    I whispered - or yelled - "Cooeeeee! Do ya hear me?!" (Do shut up Orchi. lol).

  • Neville


    what a beautiful title and followed closely by three perfectly precise verses separated only by a necessary ripple ..

    • Romantic Bloom

      Thanks Neville!!!! Much appreciated! Hope all is good your way

      • Neville



        My pleasure my friend .. all okay thanks ..

      • L. B. Mek

        'It was our waves in twilight hours
        as the sunset coated the sky
        Upon our cascading waters
        Its hues Glistening in your eyes'
        I cherish work's that plunge straight into the deep end, no gradual build-up or tentative intro's, I found your write immersive and captivating - from first to last line,
        your chorus serves a distinct purpose, your subtle imagery and metaphors tease out that picturesque scene you elegantly paint, with words humming to a seamless beat,
        subtle, ever so subtle: a great read

        • Romantic Bloom

          Woohoo! Wow what a wonderful critique, very much appreciated dear Sir,
          Thanks again for your time!

        • Fay Slimm.

          A wonderfully calming read Dove -- especially liked the continued flow of the title throughout.

        • Romantic Bloom

          Thanks Fay! Yes, repeat lines, ingrains the message deeper! Smiles to you dear Lady



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