Gypsy Winds

Gypsy Winds

A Poem by SyberRose


The shadows of a smile are hidden

beneath the secrets of the moon

and the enchanting hue of passion

is still flaming with the heat of June~

 

And as the warmness of summer

disappears upon ivory skin

the blossom of once was

waits to bloom sweetly again~

 

Still, the rustling skirts of autumn leaves

peel like naked mistresses in the breeze

in the violins of the gypsy winds

surrendering to old man winter's knees.

 

©SyberRose

 

 

 

 


© 2013 SyberRose



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SyberRose
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wonderful words and lovely write

Posted 4 Years Ago


SyberRose

4 Years Ago

Thak you so much Ency and so nice to hear from your this morning...Rose:)
This is the kind of poem I wish I grew up reading, it's so beautifully written! I could read it a hundred times over and still get caught up on how every word you chose was perfect... You created such vivid imagery of every season in a way that made me feel like I was experiencing it all as I read... I really love this :)

Posted 4 Years Ago


SyberRose

4 Years Ago

Thank you so very much Hannah for that awesome review...so happy you enjoyed this piece...Rose:)
You have a wonderful combination of images here. I condensed your first verse as follows to make it sing like a song: You may have this song as a gift to keep as your own since most of the words are yours: The last line of your poem should say Winter’s knees.

Smile

Shadows of your smile are hidden
by the secrets of the Moon.
Your enchanting hues of passion
still flame with the heat of June.

Posted 4 Years Ago


SyberRose

4 Years Ago

Thank you again for taking time to read and comment...i made the adjustment...Rose:)
Aethereal

4 Years Ago

You're welcome! Thanks for sharing all of your beautiful poems with me. You should make them all int.. read more
Exquisite imagery here Rose....loved it!

Posted 4 Years Ago


SyberRose

4 Years Ago

thank you so much Red...hugs
wonderful Rose, you are such a talented poet :) x

Posted 4 Years Ago


SyberRose

4 Years Ago

You are too kind...thank you so much Raven...and so are you too....hugs
The character in the poem is saying that the girl remembers her secret moments of passion through the nigjt and as the day rises, she waits for the night for her to be able to fall again to his knees.

Posted 4 Years Ago


SyberRose

4 Years Ago

Thank you so much...love hearing how others interpret my work...glad you enjoyed...Rose
so enchanting write about seasons ..... really veryy amazing.... :)

Posted 4 Years Ago


SyberRose

4 Years Ago

thank you again Lily...I appreciate your visit today...Rose:)
Lily Finch

4 Years Ago

:) .. well i always try to visit all poems of all good poets ...
A lot of people write poems about the changing of the seasons, but this is so eloquent and paints a beautiful photograph t the mind.

Posted 4 Years Ago


SyberRose

4 Years Ago

Thank you so much William...and thanks for peeking in this afternoon...Rose:)
Very nice poem. I like the rhyme scheme, and I feel that it flows without the rhyming and syntax feeling forced. It's also a very sweet little poem. Excellent job.

Posted 4 Years Ago


SyberRose

4 Years Ago

Thank you Sammi Fay...nice to hear from you tonight...:)
This is lovely Rose -- You've done an excellent job here, too!

Posted 4 Years Ago


SyberRose

4 Years Ago

Thank you SyberNoodle...and so nice to hear from your this morning..although it is afternoon where y.. read more

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