Valentine’s Day Poem

Valentine’s Day Poem

. Once upon a time there was a girl with valentine hair And with her guy there was a love she did share Marry me her guy said with a flare Together we will be happy in our own new lair They looked for a home in areas square Only to find a good deal was not there. In order to dampen the growing despair The girl with valentine hair and skin so fair Decided she must do something not so rare She decided to stop and write him this poem with her own special flair. As silly as it maybe, I love you, I swear. Poem Style – Rhyme Royal / Poem Catagory – Love & Seasonal Written by Lady Kathleen

Rhyme Royal Empyrean Fascination

Rhyme Royal Empyrean Fascination

I have an empyrean fascination with words Words expressing our kaleidoscopic world Like an ambient azure sky filled with birds Revere sublime words, as they are unfurled Like a blanket of a spectral dream world Incandescent thoughts are what words can be I use obsequious words to some degree Definitions: Empyrean – inspiring awe Fascination – a feeling of great liking for something wonderful and unusual Kaleidoscopic – continually shifting or rapidly changing Ambient – completely enveloping Azure – of a deep somewhat purplish blue color Revere – be in awe of Sublime – worthy of adoration or reverence Spectral – like or being a phantom Incandescent – characterized by ardent emotion or intensity or brilliance...