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Rated: E · Poetry · Romance/Love · #2073675
in a Roundabout poem.
Two lovers stroll through garden gate
and hear a rhapsody
as petals sway
and birds sashay
to lovers' rhapsody.

In Mother Nature's symphony,
elusive crickets play
a song that's sent
with love intent
when hidden crickets play.

Entranced by butterflies' ballet
and lilac's vibrant scent,
they navigate
and celebrate
the lilac's vibrant scent.

The fragrant charms and tunes are meant
to swing the lovers' fate
with chickadee
in harmony
to swing the lovers' fate.



*Heart*  *Kiss*  *Heart*  *Kiss*  *Heart*

Author’s note: The Roundabout is an enchanting new form invented by Sara Diane Doyle and her teenage collaborator David Edwards. More background, along with a definition and examples, can be found at the following link:
http://www.writersdigest.com/editor-blogs/poetic-asides/poetry-craft-tips/new-po...

*Heart*  *Kiss*  *Heart*  *Kiss*  *Heart*


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