A free verse poetry, “Parkside Romance, Summer.”
Along with warm side breezes, fragrance drifting across noses, green turning fading colors, dogs barking, and children squealing and playing. Summer in a park is a place for romance. A free verse poetry and digital art piece to tantalize new love.
Free verse Poetry: Parkside Romance, Summer
Haze. Many tall stems bent,
one over the other.
A weave of lavender hanging bells.
Pink gamma light. Teardrops of dew
and the warmth for tender seeds.
A man and woman walk on concrete:
he sees a glitter in her eyes,
for how else can she sense,
even before he knew, that he’d,
Get down on his knees. A jogger
sputters by with squawking furry beast
on a long red leash.
I want to ask you something, he says.
Yes, she replies. Two yellow cabs blow horns;
On bended knee; Will you marry me!
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