The Lovebirds’ Rhyme (poem)

And all that’s left to mark their time is words

But what are words compared to just one kiss

A kiss to cast some meaning to all this

And this became the music of two birds

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Two birds whose nest was high above the trees

For these the trees were too far from the skies

And in such skies saw havens for their sighs

The sighs which were the songs amid the breeze

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And like a breeze their time passed gently by

The by and by of lovebirds who grew old

But old were just the stories which were told

Which told of melodies that make one cry

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Don’t cry for there’s a meaning to love’s rhyme

A rhyme they’ll sing together for all time

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ChitrangadaSharan 9 months ago from New Delhi, India

Beautiful poem with a touch of romance! Nice expressions.

Thank you!


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MsDora 9 months ago from The Caribbean

The beginning is so beautiful, and all of it romantic. Well done!


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MarleneB 9 months ago from Northern California, USA

True love! It does come together like a continuous rhyme.


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Faith Reaper 9 months ago from southern USA

Delightful poem, Mh!


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AliciaC 9 months ago from British Columbia, Canada

This is a lovely poem. The idea of lovebirds is beautiful.


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Gypsy Rose Lee 9 months ago from Riga, Latvia

Wonderful, lovely and so romantic.

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