The Song of the Minstrel: My Love, My Lady Love...

a poem by Dwayne Leon Rankin, USA - poetry writer, author, poet



(First verse)
The stars within that peaceful night;
The moon within that shines so bright.
They brought to mind my Lady Fair;
Seen within their light.

Then longing for those soft warm days;
Found longing for those warming rays.
I looked within the cooling air;
And sought that golden blaze.

So much of both reminded him;
The sun when caught on western brim.
The sunrise found that matched her hair;
Then once again on eastern rim.

........ (Refrain)
........ [Come now with me my Lady Love;
........ Shine down like those lights above
........ Return my love, back now to me;
........ My love, My Lady Love.]

(Second verse)
The way she stood, in beauty found;
With gentleness her heart was bound.
Her smile, as soft as seen the light
That shone upon the ground.

The sound that’s heard when soft she speaks;
Like music that my heart then seeks.
The light seen at the end of night;
When soft the daylight brakes.

The way she walks; each movement seen;
In shadowed form, yet still I glean.
Within the sun or moons soft light;
Graceful found in form and mien.

........ (Refrain)
........ [Come now with me my Lady Love;
........ Shine down like those lights above
........ Return my love, back now to me;
........ My love, My Lady Love.]

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