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Cherub's Jubilee


When the ninth hour of night is cloaked in velvet
And small star kisses sprinkle the Junie-moon sky
The ambling amber moon glides with Glen Miller rhythms
Entrancing piquant paramours picnicking on Poet's Pie

Crickets crackle crisp serenades like squeaky violins
Fiddling mischievous melodies to delight
Hollow hoots of owls harmonize with wispy gossamer zephyrs
Enchanting the moonbeam lovers on this sighing summer's night

Under weepy willow branches swaying with subtle serpentine synergy
Fluttering wings and dancing hearts conduct a lover's rhapsody
As Cupid's Couple swing and swirl at the Cherub's Jubilee

While the winds over blue ocean chasms blow free

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Date: 4/25/2019 2:07:00 AM
Whispy, whimsical, wonderful poem!
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Date: 4/21/2019 6:29:00 PM
Not familiar with the category, but the wording is very likable. The verbiage flows on the page. The lines seem to merge like a kool melody. You might be a pioneer with your own distinct style. Let your writing commence. D. Kay
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