Shadowe Veiled

Shadowe Veiled

A Poem by jonni inferno

herr fayce 
obsccurred
a mysterie
tho shadowe-veiled
alle maye see
reflektions of
the daye jusste gonne
or warninge of
tomorrowes storm

softe herr lyghte
for lovers' eyes
indifferent to
ourre mortal heartes
yet woven thru
alle ourre lyves
sylvarre moone
bequeathes herr lyghte

brokenne heartes
as dryftwoode laye
'pon these
silent shores
sweppte awaye
'pon sylvarre seas
'neathe
herr crowne
of starrs...
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© 2018 jonni inferno


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I feel there could be scottish maybe even Irish lilt to this beautiful poem loved the image and the flow of Shadowe Veiled
A stunning read thank you for sharing!

Posted 2 Years Ago


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jonni inferno

2 Years Ago

aye lass -
scottish brogue with a wee bit o the Irish...
actually -
just a po.. read more

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Added on June 2, 2018
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Tags: shadow, reflection, day, night, storm, moon, silver, light, heart, sorrow, lover, silent, shore, broken, crown, star, weave, woven, veil

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jonni inferno
jonni inferno

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favorite line of poetry -- ...and pluck till time and times are done The silver apples of the moon The golden apples of the sun... from The Song of Wandering Aengus -- by William But.. more..

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