Kevin Michael Bloor

Forbidden Love

She stands serene by stream that flows

She sparkles like the frost and snows

On silver, shining, starlit night

She sheds a strange and eerie light

She whispers through the trembling trees

And breathes on me a balmy breeze

Then starts to sing the sweetest song

Of love I lost - for which I long

The love of one who was my life

That girl, who should have been my wife

She wakes, with sweet Aurora’s dawn

And dances on the dew-kissed lawn:

My one and only heart’s desire

Forbidden love of first love’s fire

Comments2

  • Goldfinch60

    Your 'feeble attempt' has come out very well.

  • livsxxxx

    Wow! Great poem.



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