LOVE AND LOYALTY (alliteration)

a poem by Jacinta Ramayah, Malaysia - poetry writer, author, poet

With a lethal leap the lion,
on the lean lad it landed,
as his lifeless body lay, his
limp limbs it'd have lacerated.

“Leo” - the lad lisped low;
the lion’s lunge lingered,
long ago lonely and lame in its
lair, love he had lavished.

Lolling and loping like a lamb
the leal lion licked and lapped,
the lucky lad laughed, feeling
lively and lighthearted.

“Such loyalty!” the Laird said,
“Let the laddie be liberated!”
and as the lad led the lion
away, the lookers-on lauded.

21 Mar 2011

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