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    As New Lovers Wake To Meet Dawn's Awaiting Treasures

    Waking in Love's glory, he felt and said:

    With heart swollen, bursting with love for her
    with her sweet, wonderful smile gazing back
    With sun casting glow in her waking eyes
    with soft, tender words uttered as she rose
    With new adoration, his heart astir
    with teasing treasures seen at her bare pose
    With gentle touch, of that first morning's kiss
    with solemn vow, he shouted- "I Love You".


    Waking in Love's glory, she felt and said:

    With immense bliss, praying they never part
    with eager want, beating in loving heart
    With sight of his exiting hot shower
    with promise of his sexual power
    With true glory in new day's welcomed start
    within realm of his ivory tower
    With that gentle touch, that first honeyed kiss
    with soft solemn vow, she cried- "I Love You".

    R.J. Lindley
    April, 17th, 1973
    Rhyme, ( Romantic scene, first morn after Love's first sweet feast )

    Note: Presenting an old romantic piece.
    My second presentation of romance, passion and the treasures of love.
    This is a newly edited version of an old poem from forty-six years ago.


    Copyright Robert Lindley | Year Posted 2019
    18 U.S. Code 2381-Treason Whoever, owing allegiance to the United States, levies war against them or adheres to their enemies, giving them aid and comfort within the United States or elsewhere, is guilty of treason and shall suffer death, or shall be imprisoned not less than five years and fined under this title but not less than $10,000; and shall be incapable of holding any office under the United States.

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    If Fated, Life Finds, Love Is Its Own True Reward


    If Fated hammer hits, are born of a God's wrath
    then perhaps universe does dance in its last throe
    as lost echoes sent down irreversible path,
    from morbid scenes, flown from a tragic Shakespeare's show.

    If Fated sorrow pains, are seeds from that God's grief
    then perhaps, our dark world resides in falling tears
    as seas within dimensions of love-torn relief,
    washing rocky shores, in waves of dark, mortal fears.

    If Fated by death's hand, cuts from a dark God's sword
    then perhaps, greatest promise is in its last gash
    as we are but a selfish, wicked fleshly horde,
    oft serving our greed, begging for more and more cash.

    If Fated last hours, are felt as Love's true reward.
    Then perhaps, we find life lived, was not too hard.


    Robert J. Lindley, 10/10/2019
    Sonnet, ( What Old Poet Thought While On A Dark Midnight Walk )

    Note- Last night I wrote a third romantic poem--but this morn my
    angry muse steered me into birthing this piece. We argued just which of the two to present today. She won by the power of dastardly and malevolent threats she made about when I sleep..
    Sleep, is something she claims she never has to do...... hmm.


    Copyright Robert Lindley | Year Posted 2019
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    I Wrote A Poem Today,Its Message True Words

    I wrote a poem today,its message true words
    banishing morbid grey,its echoes I heard
    in foreign tongues,set my heart aghast,
    curses darkly flung,deeds of my past.
    I heard a song play,its rhythm so true
    banished morbid grey,its dancing was you.

    Dear believe these words, our love was once true.
    You were my sweetheart,back when love was new.

    I cried that sad day,love-loss a great blow
    birthed saddest grey,bringing life low
    in epic pain found I, darkest of hell
    nothing left to gain,ours is a sad tale.
    Heard a rumor say,you are pretty still
    time to leave today,I write my last will.

    Dear believe these words, our love was once true.
    You were my sweetheart,back when love was new.

    I wrote a poem today,its message true words
    banishing morbid grey,its echoes I heard
    in foreign tongues,set my heart aghast,
    curses darkly flung,deeds of my past.
    I heard a song play,its rhythm so true
    banished morbid grey,its dancing was you.

    Dear believe these words, our love was once true.
    You were my sweetheart,back when love was new.

    R.J. Lindley
    June 24th, 1979
    Rhyme, ( Love Lost, A Bridge Broken And Burnt To Ashes )
    (updated with minor editing-10-16-2019)

    Old Note, 6/24/1979-- Deleted...

    New Note: ""grey""- use is (4a)... (lacking cheer or brightness in mood,)
    https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/grey

    grey adjective
    less common spelling of GRAY
    1a: of the color gray
    b: tending toward gray
    blue-gray eyes
    c: dull in color
    2: having the hair gray : HOARY
    3: clothed in gray
    **** 4a: lacking cheer or brightness in mood, outlook, style, or flavor


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    Last edited by Tyr-Ziu Saxnot; 10-16-2019 at 10:27 PM.
    18 U.S. Code 2381-Treason Whoever, owing allegiance to the United States, levies war against them or adheres to their enemies, giving them aid and comfort within the United States or elsewhere, is guilty of treason and shall suffer death, or shall be imprisoned not less than five years and fined under this title but not less than $10,000; and shall be incapable of holding any office under the United States.

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