crisp, Shasta daisies strands of black, freshwater pearls — you cheated again?
A Cinquain Memories of us (tender, sublime, captivating) — like wildfire in my imagination
the old live oak dripping with Spanish moss and tenderly inscribed with our initials gentle and forever to the stars and back
Shooting star wishes Daisy petals & wishbones — Somethin’s gotta give. O, the conundrum! The heart wants what the heart wants: What it cannot have.
The Cinquain poetry form consists of 22 syllables following the challenging 2/4/6/8/2 pattern. One night alone with you without interruption to talk, to laugh, to cry, to be in love.
A slow dance in the moonlight beneath sultry stars creatures chirping in the warm desert breeze and a stranger is playing a Classical guitar. You draw me closer; I feel the beat of your heart An ache of desire and I'm weak in the knees A slow dance in the moonlight beneath sultry stars [...]
You are the love song My heart sings Silently, weeping itself to sleep it knows you’re in love without me.