Unfamiliar love rhyme in no particular order...‏

Unfamiliar love rhyme in no particular order...‏

A Poem by Frieda P


I cherished you in no particular order,
   a persuasion's constant craving
   round all seasons and wrong reasons
    against the grain and under my skin,
poetic scenery abounded in rhythmic symmetry 
  sights set on ivory towers amongst ethereal clouds
    & endurance of climax's flawless forecasts,
seascapes' jagged edges told another tale
   leaving me forlornly stranded amidst a deserted isle
     whilst burnished horizons aptly disappeared 
       into dull hazes of unfamiliar love stories's rhymes


© 2015 Frieda P



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what a bittersweet piece that hits me as no one else can Frieda.. more than a few lines packed a poetic punch in places that proved powerful.. ha!.. say that three times fast... you always write with enchanting elegance no matter what subject.. to touch with words can be both a blessing and a curse.. we, as writers are sometimes more vulnerable than others for we feel them more deeply and the impact more profound.. may not see the rhyme or reason at the time, but eventually the imagery becomes clear and the effect felt.. so nice to see you back ma'am.. breathtaking as usual..

Posted 2 Years Ago


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aahh Frieda, see if you would have loved me well.. er... had to say this cause here is a 3rd poem from a year ago that I missed... sometimes, you just fall in love with someone, maybe not even supposed too, just friends you know, but... ;0)

redzone

Posted 1 Year Ago


"Round all the season's and wrong seasons"
Absolutely Shakespearean, Frieda. I do believe I'm finally old enough to understand much if what you write and it is eeming less dreamlike now. A whole new sense of appreciation has been given me

Posted 2 Years Ago


a great write each word chosen and placed exactly right
great song choice

Posted 2 Years Ago


Lovely wording!
Well done!!

Posted 2 Years Ago


Exceptional wording where soul & intellect brand a new fire.

Posted 2 Years Ago


what a bittersweet piece that hits me as no one else can Frieda.. more than a few lines packed a poetic punch in places that proved powerful.. ha!.. say that three times fast... you always write with enchanting elegance no matter what subject.. to touch with words can be both a blessing and a curse.. we, as writers are sometimes more vulnerable than others for we feel them more deeply and the impact more profound.. may not see the rhyme or reason at the time, but eventually the imagery becomes clear and the effect felt.. so nice to see you back ma'am.. breathtaking as usual..

Posted 2 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

There is one thing that can not be defined by both the extremes , science and religion, which is LOVE:)

Posted 2 Years Ago


Beautiful and powerful places you took me with your words. I was very glad to see your name on the board. I love and enjoy your poetry. Thank you dear Poet for sharing the excellent poetry.
Coyote

Posted 2 Years Ago


big heavy sigh! .. putting this love poem in my library .. with hopes of meeting my own felt challenge of inspiration .. i am so happy to read your new post Frieda!! thanks for sharing!
E.

Posted 2 Years Ago


Exquisite, Frieda! I'm sorry to say I haven't visited your poetry lately and I thank Moon for the RR. This flows amazingly well when read aloud (one of my criteria for my favorite poetry) and is eloquently and poignantly worded. It's also unique, as Moon said.

Posted 2 Years Ago



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If you want to know me, read my poetry, it's all in there. I am a mother of three sons (my finest moments) a sister, a survivor and a little bit crazy. I lost my beloved sister to suicide, so you'll.. more..

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