Romance Poetry posted July 25, 2018 Chapters: Prologue -1- 2... 

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A chapter in the book Sometimes Roses, Sometimes Thorns

I Met a Girl

by michaelcahill


i'm hypnotized with emerald acquiescence,
entwining sapphires spinning as they glow.
My tongue is tied so like my adolescence;
I'm dancing in a sea of indigo.
I see you in the distance, should I leave?
I fear you'll find me foolish if I run.
Without you there is nothing to believe.
My world's an empty sky, and you're the sun.
Still, you're a diamond, colour shines through you;
the meadow smiles, white clouds all tint your day.
Now, wisdom scolds me, whisper your 'Adieu',
remember all these hues, then slip away.

But I must face myself. I'll seek this pearl!
One day I'll say that I once met a girl.



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