A New Love

A New Love  (dedicated to the Eternal city of Rome)

 

My old loves have fallen

from grace

No longer do they hold a

place

They have been relegated

to times past

For a new lover beckons

at last

 

He has always had a 

place in my heart

And this is from 

the very start

I considered him to be 

out of reach

Like a sand castle on 

a crumblling beach

 

Now he calls with

renewed vigour

For amongst a few

he is very 'de riguer'

He is strong and boldly

defiant

Forever there and forever

reliant

 

He has emerged a new

to seduce me again

Now older I shall feel

no pain

I willingly go and know 

that I shall live out

my days in his eternal afterglow

◄ Shake off the Dust

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keith jeffries

Thu 17th Sep 2020 12:23

Emeka, Stephen, Abdul and Flavia,

Thank you for reading and commenting on the poem "A New Love".
They are appreciated.

Keith

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Emeka Collins

Sun 13th Sep 2020 18:56

Old loves?

The joy of anticipating a new lover after shedding our old love usually makes one feel like a child again.

Your poem is like an excursion into new horizon. You take your reader along in your journey to experience your new lover.

Great piece, Keith.

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