Hold me one more time my love
I am fading into an absent state of mind
Falling from this abstract, ambient dream painted thereof peace an isolated hue
Strange, I cannot bring myself to pluck flower petals from these flowers
For, in time like I, will they wither in die
So, I empathize…sympathizing to the point of vanity
Caring in a way that may allow them to have but a few more moments to sing
With those vibrant colors which add a verity of tones to this dying world…I mean
It seems we tend to rush that which is meant to be
Death looms, love is forever, and our consciousness fiends for them to sets us free
Fa la la…la la…la fleur de dieu (The Flower Of God)
The misplaced lullaby that wanders in my lost corrupted mind
Kiss me one more time my love
As I am aging, decaying, and declining to see the hope in tomorrow
Yet, your lips…the gentle curves of your rejuvenating lips
And their passionate touch revitalizes my faith
In that your beautiful face will be there when I awake within that un-promised morning
Just like those flower petals I felt for, took pity on and dreamt about
Thereby, If by the grace of God may you be my flower to which I could care for
Thus, within these fleeting moments tied to time I would paint pictures dedicated to you
Lacing emptying canvases with a sheen that mimics your vibrant esoteric glow
Having your image to be the reason my quill floods a page with nonstop poetry
All to make something like your essence everlasting
As if you were to corrupted the mind of God
As this lullaby has mine…Fa la la…la la…la fleur de dieu a perpetual ambient hue
~ Paradise’s Poet ~
4 thoughts on “Fa La La…”
My sweet beautiful poet. Top ramen OMG brilliant, but now I’m sending you food. Your elegance as always been natural it’s who you are sir Yang!!! The cat is as beautiful as you. You are getting great on camera. Plus your looks, well let’s not go there. I hope I didn’t miss the biggest opportunity of my life when you came to Vegas I so want to meet you. I loved it made me interested and smile love always lisa
Why do we rush the death indeed? We know beforehand where it will end so why not stay just a little bit longer? Very good.
Such gorgeous images here… brilliant write.
fa la la indeed. Amazing illustration you’ve matched with your words here.
Might you include a link to dVerse at the end of your poem….so others can find this amazing venue to share their works also and to comment on others’ creativity. It’s such a great place — hoping you’ll stop by and chat with others too — meander my words and others’ too. That’s the thing about this space — the people you meet and communicate with. Nice to see your words over my morning coffee today — hope you’ll connect again and mosey around!