Wednesday, May 3, 2017

Seeds of Love--By Martha Magenta--England

I watch you stir from dreams this early morn,
just as the warming rays of sunshine dawn.
You spread your arms, eager to embrace.
I plant a kiss upon your lovely face.

Then, rising with the wind, our hearts aglow,
we plant seeds of love and watch them grow.
And we nurture our creation tenderly,
joined in passion, joy, and ecstasy.

When morning bursts upon this halcyon day,
bright tulips greet golden rays of May.
As nesting birds of spring begin to sing,
Our fledgling love is born and set to wing.

Martha Magenta lives in England, UK. Her poetry, haiku, senryu and tanka have appeared in a number of journals and magazines. She collects her published work on a blog:              

1 comment:

  1. Dear Martha,
    May you plant the seeds of how to love in my heart.
    If we learned from you no one would ever depart.
    Thanks for the key to a great companionship.