Fearless if this heart had been
And sang to lift a maiden fall,
Let spur believe, lo, distant angel call,
Lay choices for love to receive;
‘Tis unfair that must be gone,
Depart from where neither will see.
No shadowed love, no more to bear,
No longings to watch close and live;
Enlivened, forbearing but brazen care;
Is mighty on a lonesome gorge
Deeper beneath, now flowing on its own.
Pity days in fading faces; the one to shine
Is darkened deep in caves;
Like an eagle rested on rocks up high,
What desire could it heart convey?
In all the freedom it alights and soar,
Might it wander for a loving stay?


Café love

Treading on rustling leaves in moments last fall,
Maiden lifted my head and had you told –
Daisy-love like heart fluttered and burst in fiddle waves;
No imagination or things foretold to be in café tales.

Sassy curls, calmly resting on shoulders so graceful,
Awed at the beauty sipping coffee at the table;
Dreamy gestures captured past lashes of the hazel eyes,
Found fingers smoothly slipping on the stiletto sides.

Dotty hair-pin bite at the corner of glossy lips;
Strolled behind silently to catch one careful glimpse.
Stops, every turn and stare, captivating, how you shy away;
Painless love profound in that smiling face.

Blameless runaway cries, how could I not adore!
Coloured springtime wish, yearned to perfect bout’s call.
Nearness in aura howling peachy love, aflame;
No sun rapt shine brighter to the eye again.