Memories Tender



The tendered nectar of her smile
the honeyed sweetness of her lips
lured me to the petals of her aire
hungered for the ‘membrance of her glance

I'm there as petals fall
a shadow in her smile
memories of romance
the prayer on her lips


Augustus / Houston, Texas / July 2017

  • Author: Augustus (Pseudonym) (Offline Offline)
  • Published: July 9th, 2017 08:26
  • Comment from author about the poem: For my friend Damaged Soul/Kindred Spirit. May you find peace.
  • Category: Special occasion
  • Views: 92
  • User favorite of this poem: whisperingquill.


  • burning-embers

    A beautiful piece. A wonderful dedication.

    • Augustus

      Thanks. He's a good buddy.

    • Louis Gibbs

      I'm sure he will be touched, as I was. Beautiful tribute!

      • Augustus

        Thanks Louis. I hope so.

      • orchidee

        A fine write Aug.

      • Michael Edwards

        What a fabulous dedication - just brill Augustus.

        • Augustus

          Thanks for reading and commenting.

        • Heather T

          A touching, graceful gift for our friend. Beautiful.

          • Augustus

            Yes, a gift from afar.

          • malubotelho

            A great gift from your heart wrapped beautifuly on your feelings.

            • Augustus

              "A heart wrapped" That could be part of a poem. Thanks

              • malubotelho

                Yes, it could.

              • ron parrish aka wordman

                lovely words my friend

                • Augustus

                  Thanks Wordman.

                • whisperingquill

                  I envision everything you wrote my friend astounding take a bow poet 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻. Such beauty can only be siphoned from the stars

                  • Augustus

                    I run the star siphon through my still first. Thanks.

                  • Goldfinch60

                    Beautiful write.

                    • Augustus

                      Thanks man.

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