Passage of Love

“Happy Monday! Let’s start the week with a loving rhyme. You know, I’m unlucky in real love but I share more than enough with my characters. Better to literary love than to never love at all right?”

I wrote this poem in answer to the following prompts:
Mindlovemisery’s Menagerie – Wordle — Stellar, Plaintiff, Breach, Animal, Colour, Round, Dress, Grip. Flee, Teenager, Sunny. Books
FOWC with Fandango — Smitten

Passage of Love

She was smitten with him
The sunny teenager in the gym
While she was round, he was slim
He made her heart swim

With no time to debate
She got a grip, asked him to date
Wanted to flee, had to wait
He said yes, the feeling was great

She wore a dress to catch the eye
One that showed ample thigh
He wore a suit and bow tie
They dined beneath a stellar sky

He had good looks
She was smart loved the books
They dined, applauded the cooks
Heading home, robbed by crooks

The hero plaintiff began to fight
Protecting her honour with all his might
One animal whimpered, took flight
The other beaten by the knight

Despite the frighting breach
The night was pretty as a peach
He made a romantic speech
She found love nobody could teach

The sun rose upon River Bend
The colour red, a golden trend
She and he were the perfect blend
And so, they married in the end


Thanks for reading my friends.

There’s more in the Poetry CornerShort Stories. and Short Stories 2 tabs.

Have a great day!

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