Archive | July 2012
photo by Julie Anne Workman
French blue, a color so true
Full of promise and hope
Ye shall see this as I say.
Power me to be free to
Want not but love and do
You see her glory, written so true?
The accordion plays on and on
Wanting love, expecting no less
For it’s beauty shines and sings.
Patient and blue longs for it’s rendezvous
Again romance found a door, smiles let go,
Sighs give relief, pardon adieu!
No sadness seen in a city of light
Many hours to make things right
Love, yes, ignites without fight.
Notes of song bring rhythm
Two by two, feelings join the rhyme
Blue, the hue, pour me a cup.
Grapes divine, sings freedoms song.
mwah!! by gardenlilie
By now you know, I’m a hopeless romantic.
google pic credit
This entry was posted on July 14, 2012 and tagged french blue, love, romance.
~I’m re-posting this lovely poem I wrote about love and romance, in the city of Paris. French Bleu, a novel I finished in November is also based in Paris and like the poem is a contemporary story.
I will be away for a short while as I continue this story. I absolutely love poetry and will return upon completion of this endeavor. Thank you for reading, please enjoy! Caroline