Saturday, March 17, 2012

Love ; City park

City Park
Dappled sunshine, scent of grass
Tablecloth laid with food so fine
Lay to rest, problems pass
Talk of nothing, just sipping wine

Gentle breeze push napkin along
Fruits and sweets for our fill
The distant city engulfed in throng
Till the sun, clouds obscure, naked arms would chill

Hands now cupped round steaming tea
Sparrows chase the windy crumbs
Wine no more for you and me
I gaze at you, with heart of drums

To sit so calm, nice time for we
To forget the day, smell scents for miles
Roll up the cloth and drain the tea
Return stark city, full of smiles ©

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