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Lake Vaso

This is my first Lanterne poem, I studied the form rigorously, however I did have a problem with one line, and Tim was gracious enough to help out. I must say He’s a genius! And who else other than me is qualified to know that? Let’s make poetry great again!!!!
Skies falling, upon the ragged heart pasquil
Tranquility ripples across the lake in plethora
She is there, in my heart, a sweet delusion
As I cross the waters wishing I was omnipotent
I drop my oars on forest floor, seeking Aurore
I run along the earth clad pathways towards the cloister
Praying that accrued love still has her beholden
Kneeling on one knee, I look up with a glint of promise


The Lantern reflects back the softness of her eyes






























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poemTitle:Lake Vaso
poemDetails:Skies falling, upon the ragged heart pasquil Tranquility ripples across the lake in plethora She is there, in my heart, a sweet delusion As I cross the waters wishing I was omnipotent I drop my oars on forest floor, seeking Aurore I run along the earth clad pathways towards the cloister Praying that accrued love still has her beholden Kneeling on one knee, I look up with a glint of promise The Lantern reflects back the softness of her eyes
poemNote:This is my first Lanterne poem, I studied the form rigorously, however I did have a problem with one line, and Tim was gracious enough to help out. I must say He’s a genius! And who else other than me is qualified to know that? Let’s make poetry great again!!!!
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poemAuthorId: Vaso
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poemDateCreated:4/30/2018