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Elfin

May I confess
To be found guilty
Chasing chivalry  
Like wind plays  
These drooping branches  
Minstrel , I am your mistress  
Lulled by the lapis lazuli  
Of your eyes  
That hold fire's potency  
Floating like oil  
Canvassed    
Stirred by reflections  
Of neirides  
Drinking in    
The nectar  
Of hazel dew  
You were my suitor  
As you bade me farewell  
It is you I inhale  
Your image  
Vaporizing aether's  veil  
   
   
 
AEMelia564
Written by AEMelia564 (Y)
Published | Edited 15th Oct 2018
Author's Note
Lapis Lazuli, blue gem stone, one of the oldest gemstones
Neirides, mermaids, water nymphs
Picture taken, Close to where I live
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