My Dear Lucile

My Dear Lucile

A Poem by Canicus

I lie in bed at night
eyes wide open
thoughts full of you
thoughts of which never to be trite
These thoughts, considered a bijou
of an amazing, lovely woman
my thoughts, my feeling imbue
a soul so anglian
You are now of my desire
eyes nor mind
can't lose sight
You are now queen of my empire
you are stuck in the limelight
feelings for you strongly opined
thoughts keep me writing beyond midnight
thinking of you, as highly devine
I think of you
and how it would feel
my dear lucile
if we were true

© 2014 Canicus


Author's Note

Canicus
trite- wilted
bijou- jewel, carefully worked on
opined- held onto
imbue- inspired

Hope you enjoy :)

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wow this flows so beautifully and shoots straight from the heart...great work...

Posted 5 Years Ago


You my friend are a great poet and a marvelous lover, now as you are equiped with deadly combo; reading your work would be journey full of elation.

Posted 5 Years Ago


Nice writing. Lots of deep feelings behind it. Must be one lucky girl.

Posted 5 Years Ago


Oh I love this. When I was first reading this poem, I was thinking that this was of you and a girl together in a relationship. Once I started to read a little bit more, I learned that it was to your crush named Lucile (or if that's the cover-up name of the real crush's name). We all have stayed up thinking about someone for hours wondering if they're thinking of us back. Sometimes it can become an obsession. They're all you can possibly think about and life without them seems impossible. I can relate to your writing so much. Great job!

Posted 5 Years Ago


Really good I like the range of vocabulary in it. It is very powerful :)

Posted 5 Years Ago



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