Irreplaceable

Poem By Wayne Guy Butterfield

When night's veil slowly lifts
And moonlight shines through the mist

Deep in the stillness of Irissed pools
Where thought alone transcends

Through ne'erending frames of string-tuned domains
As memory bends and only emotion resists

I feel your love a bright timeless star
The world far away, adrift

Comments about Irreplaceable

calming vision. lovely poem. welcome to the site i look forward to reading more
Lovely thoughts, Wayne, and very nice imagery to carry the theme. Warmest regards, CJ
Nice internal rhymes and alliteration. Another great poem. Jon.


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