I found this lovely poem on a random review.
Normally, I'd click on THINGS TO D0&READ
and scroll down to review request, but that's not
No. Now we must ask a single member at a time,
who may or may not have the portfolio review request option on,
for a review.
This makes reviews less likely, if your not in a group campfire.
Any who, the prose are perfect
and I like the refrain ~ "Her path was white satin and roses."
Which reminds me of the CANTICLE OF CANTICLES ~
(Chapter 5: 4-5)
"I have put off my garments, how shall I put it on?
I have washed my feet, how shall I defile them?
My beloved puts his hand through the key hole,
and my bowels were moved at his touch.
I arose open to my beloved : my hands dropped with myrrh
and my fingers were full of the choicest myrrh."
(Chapter 8 : 8)
"We have a little sister, and she hath no breasts :
what shall we do for our sister in the day
when she shall be spoken for?"
(Chapter 8 : 1)
"O that thou wert as my brother,
that sucked the breasts of my mother,
when I should find thee without,
I would kiss thee yea,
I should not despised.
I would lead thee, an bring thee into my
mother's house, who would instruct me :
I would cause thee to drink of spiced wine
of the juice of my pomegranate."
King Solomon's Song of Songs
has a similar bridal tempo..
P.S. check out my poem The Two Shadows of Eternal light (1921353)