Winds Of Fable (Revisited, 1st September 2015)

Cherry blossoms in the sky
Deny the laws of opposition,
Attracted to the lawless wind
They leave the rift stolen,

Phantasmagoria of solitude,
Lost ghosts of misconceptions
Can see such petals beneath
Their sweet lucid devotions,

But you transcend yearning days
Upon mists and lucent vapour,
Holding illusion to vivid sight,
Cacophony of sweet amusement,

So, what are we in such a turn?
True love demands no tribunal,
Nor court to bar evolving souls
To abject diminishing apparition,

I stand before your open heart,
Manifestation of loves allegory,
Soft sakura, on brief wild winds
Float, find our adrift attraction.

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Poem © Phen Weston 2014

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4 thoughts on “Winds Of Fable (Revisited, 1st September 2015)

  1. F.G.M.

    Oh la la! From the title (Winds of fables) to the last stanza,
    “I stand before your open heart,
    Manifestation of loves allegory,
    Soft sakura, on brief wild winds
    Float, find our adrift attraction,”
    pure beauty!
    Bravo Phen!

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