Romance Poetry posted November 29, 2017

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a love poem for the young and young at heart

If I Did Love Thee in the Fall

by RodG

Chorales of trees in crimson robes
would gush with song, a canticle,
and serenade vocif'rously
if I did love thee in the fall.

You'd hear the trill of rustling leaves
in black-barked trees so straight and tall,
a rhapsody, autumnal suites
if I did love thee in the fall.

Warm breezes like a kitten's kiss,
a cashmere scarf or knitted shawl,
would keep you warm, your cheeks caress
if I did love thee in the fall.

No drizzling mist, no rain-drenched day,
just azure sky and Mister Sol
as arm-in-arm we'd amble on
if I did love thee in the fall.

Love writing prompt entry
Writing Prompt
There are many kinds of love poems: happy, sad, unrequited, nostalgic, etc. Any kind is fine, just make sure the poem is about love.


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