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Voices of Our Future


Larsen M. Callirhoe
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Larsen M. Callirhoe

Voices of Our Future

The nighttime twilight minutes become
a fast distant fading echoing memory
where all yesterdays riveting sunsets end
as it always lowers into the western wind.

Time whispers to me
as the rising morning sun
gives off his light transparently
as the eastern clouds in the horizon
quench humanity's thirst and hunger
to start a new living blessed day.

As freely as the songbirds do sing to us
Elizabeth your voice flutters in tune
with these wonderfull creatures of nature.

The tide rolls in one after another
for all eternity from the oceans
of the world around planet
as long as time will exist
and the star of this Earth
gives off light and warmth.

These fleeting memories of us
making love passionately on every seashore
impress on both of our young carefree minds
lasting forever or as long
as our souls care to exist.

My beating heart cares to give you
the love you deserve my beatiful princess
that God has bestowed to me
a virtue of promise I will not forsake.

My heart tells me when I hear
your soft enchanting voice my lovely dear
that you are the one
I want to fulfill my life with.

We shall dance on the clouds
and walk on the water
if this is what it takes
to have your hand in marriage.

I promise my words ring true.
So please I want to spend
the rest of my life with you.
Close your eyes and imagine
a large mansion to be our home
with lots of young children
playing all around in your head.

Please let this be our future together?

Larsen M. Callirhoe

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Whoa Victor, another hit. I like how you often mention her by name in your poems.

 

The lines that struck me the most were

 

 

lasting forever or as long
as our souls care to exist (!!!)

 

 

and

 

 

if this is what it takes
to have your hand in marriage ...

 

Please let this be our future together?

 

I always look forward to your works. I'm glad to see you're producing.

 

Tony

Here is a link to an index of my works on this site: tonyv's Member Archive topic

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Larsen M. Callirhoe

Thanks Tony. And Thanks Tony for stopping by my dear friend to read my poetry, for it means the world to me it truly does. I am happy that you believe my recent postings are hits that also means a lot that others believe I am producing worthwhile reads.. And yeah I have been producing stuff since like June of 2000 straight which is a long time to dedicate to write nonstop. One person I do miss her is Jonathan dearly with his works being about real life struggles with loving heart as he said in a lot of his poems hey just take me the way I am. Maybe in a few days I will save all his works recorded on this site as pawn shop. I wish I had saved all hhis works on the other forum that we all lost stuff on especially him. I felt it made his heart not to care to post written works. And since he didn't own a computer maybe he got canned at the job where he used a computer to post his past works. miss his friendship dearly hear as much as Aleksandra and Goldenlangur and a fw others. Love the folks here now also... life changes however and

I hope are Philippian friend survived that last typhoon out there.

 

victor

Larsen M. Callirhoe

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Some grand and expansive imagery to reflect the sincerity that runs through this piece. I particularly liked "We shall dance on the clouds" B.

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Ditto to Tony's observation:

 

as long as our souls care to exist

 

W, O, friggin W.

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