Poet 11586

Symphonic love

Young unmarried couples
Sitting in West Park
Those two love birds
Form a beautiful pair
Kissing lovely unto love
As they missed each other a lot
The lake was silent
And the sun was cold
The breeze was warm
And the ground was soft
They love souls not their body
Which true love dwells on beauty
A marriage then a divorce come soon
'Coz one of them may not prefer soul
But those couple unwilled to change
Their position on the grass
Cuddling each other's heart