Mellow Pretty lady

Reynaldo Casison

That Mellow Pretty lady,

Sighing,

Like Moon Golden waves,

Her Beauty serenades,

Lounging upon the Shore,

 

Her Compassionate Soul,

At Peace with the Vineyards sway,

And Gardens Sunflower and rose wind,

Bowing, Sashaying,

Where she felt her Love,

Would be there,

With the Dreamy flow of her Hair,

Shimmering amidst,

The Robes of the waves,

Her Jazz hem unloosened,

That Sensuous mellow lady,

An Exquisite Starry thing, a Beauty,

Otherwordly kissed,

Down to earth caressed,

 

No matter the glow of the Moon,

Crescent, full, or Golden,

A luminous sight to beholden,

She salsas like a Jazz nightingale,

Unwound,

and The Stillness unwinds,

Like a Midnight garden,

Where she Goldenly drifts,

As the Candles sigh,

And the Diamond waves hymn,

Ah, Voluptuous moonlight,

Voluptuous,

Serene moonlight

Reynaldo Casison

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • Author: Reynaldo Casison (Offline Offline)
  • Published: June 9th, 2024 00:29
  • Category: Love
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