A Boy and A Girl

She dances with the breeze
In a meadow fair
Sunlight plays and catches
With the flowers in her hair

He hides enraptured amongst the trees
Taken with the tranquil site
Her beauty so luminescent
Framing a face of porcelain white

She sings in hushed whispers
A voice as soft as snow
Closing his eyes, he drifts away
Invisioning angels all aglow

He will take her by the hand
Sit by a sparkling stream
Steal a glance, steal a kiss
Lay her down gently in a sunbeam

…it was only a dream…

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About Suzanne Parlee

I have been writing poetry since I was a little girl. Now an adult I find such comfort in words, in books, and the written word in general. I am from New Brunswick, Canada, a province surrounded by The Bay Of Fundy, and The Saint John River, only one hour's drive from the Maine/USA border. Beautiful province!

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