Zawmb’yee Nuje Writes A Poem, ” For the Music of Love I Walk “

For The Music of Love I Walk

From afar I heard his
basso profundo

The trees were full of avian sopranos
and from the flitting
cherry blossoms fell on me
made my rosy heart a
coloratura soprano

I walked
in the patter of andante song,
a bird had a worm in his bill
al dente in wiggle
a breakfast trill

I hummed allegretto
heard my lover’s laugh, and
a cardinal lifted its
fan tail at me
those chirpy songs
a twitty ditty
not whippoorwill of night
or silly yellow daffodil song
a dilly to me
dilly I,
I skipped a beat

He turned and saw me
from the rendezvous point

Closer, but not
near enough
I did an entrechat

He lifted his arms
his smile

Più allegro
I leaped

Presto, I ran
and jumped into his arms,
percussion and kiss

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2 thoughts on “Zawmb’yee Nuje Writes A Poem, ” For the Music of Love I Walk “

  1. Thanks very much. Sorry for the delay in replying — my computer is down. I always appreciate the feedback. Thanks for the compliment.

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