Friday, June 12, 2009

Summer Reverie

Lupin Sunset by Eb Mueller


Darling, I’m the breeze tonight
In young petals, mauve and mellow,
I’m the moon reflecting, bright,
On the old pond in the meadow,

As I dare, perchance, to dream
It’s your hair my fingers part
And, for all sweet things agleam,
That the mirror is your heart.

22 comments:

Karen said...

What a beautiful and delicate expression of love. I love the images of reflection.

As I dare, perchance, to dream...

how very sweet this night feels!

Catvibe said...

Vesper, this is so romantic and dreamy that it makes my thoughts feel like the blooming flowers. Sahweet!

Aniket said...

Ditto to both of them.

Its sooooo romantic and sensuous. I could eat those words.. they are delicious. :D

Its a treat for every romantic. And they are plenty of us INFJs around here. :P

Charles Gramlich said...

Very nice.

Travis Erwin said...

Love the imagery. I could almost feel that breeze on the back of my neck.

Rick said...

If you're not careful, you'll be famous some day soon, and justly so at that.

Chris Eldin said...

Lovely!!

Reminds of The Lupine Lady (I think maybe I have the title wrong), but it was a story I read to my children about a lady who planted Lupine seeds. I loved that story.

the walking man said...

Vesper sorry the image is not reflected off neither pond nor mirror but rather the pate which has barely hair upon it left to part.

Ahhh but to be an old pond surrounded by the scent of young petals is no dream as long as there is verse such as this to read.

BernardL said...

Nice flow with timely hesitations and rhyme.

laughingwolf said...

ooooo exquisite ...this mean v has a new honey on the horizon?

Absolute Vanilla (and Atyllah) said...

Oh beautiful - that is just so lupin-ish - beautiful poem, gorgeous sentiment!

Geraldine said...

Oh, I just loved reading this. Thanks for this very romantic tribute to summer and to love. Well done Vesper!

Loved your photo pick too.

Marilyn Brant said...

All of the above, and I loved the Shakespearean nod, too!

Vesper said...

Thank you, my dear Karen. I’m so glad you liked it. :-)

Sweet Cat, thank you! Romantic I love… :-)

And your comment is delicious, Aniket! Thank you! :-)

Thank you very much, Charles! :-)

Travis, what a compliment… Thank you! :-)

Rick, thank you for making me smile and for your wonderful thoughts… :-)

Thank you, Chris! I love lupins… :-)

Mark, you’re a darling! Thank you! :-) :-) :-)

Thank you, Bernard! :-)

LW, :-) :-) :-)! Thank you! Don’t forget my motto, “Fiction is Life, Life is Fiction”… :-)

Thank you so much, Vanilla! I’m very glad you liked this. :-)
xoxoxo

I thank you, Geraldine! :-) *many hugs*

Oh, Marilyn, you’re such a dear! Thank you! :-)

jason evans said...

Exquisitely beautiful. Like a moment in the day you want to live forever in.

laughingwolf said...

but of course ;) lol

word verif: efleas

...wonder if i'm allergic to their bites, too? :O

Vesper said...

Oh, Jason, your praise means much to me... Thank you! A moment in which you want to live forever... Yes, it keeps playing in my head... :-)

LW, :-) :-) :-)!
e-fleas... that's scary! :-)

K.Lawson Gilbert said...

There is not much I can add to all those comments above.. I agree with them.

I just want to add that this seems like it could be spoken by someone who is separated from a lover and is writing to him/her in poem form - or is speaking these words alone, hoping they will span the distance of time or space. It is gracefully told, the images engagingly romantic.

L.A. Mitchell said...

I have a book called A Treasury of Love and Romance. This could be alongside all the greats within its pages.

Vesper said...

Thank you so much, Kaye! :-) You've seen it just as I had it in my mind...

L.A., I'm overwhelmed. What an honour! Thank you! :-)

Sarah Hina said...

Just indescribably lovely, Vesper. To be the breeze and the moon is to be the full, full moment and its longing.

We all want to find our reflections in another's soul. This reverie is graceful and light, but also deeply moving.

Vesper said...

Oh, Sarah, yet you always find the right words to describe... the indescribable. Thank you, my friend. Much appreciated. :-)