Lord of Lyricism: Monologue

And the lord of lyricism spoke:

Ah! the joy you bring me with but a few heard words,
With only some few fine lines, to look and see and
Be enraptured by the love you dare to share with one
Kindred spirit; and I can hear it: the angels singing,
And I can see it: the angels bringing the two of you
Together from afar beneath one bright star, two lights
Colliding brightly, twirling and swirling in an ethereal
Dance because you took the chance to really be who you
Are and not to be marred by the world around, hearing
Instead the sound of eternity, never-ending cycle of
Being; yes, seeing the two of you renews my hope for
Humanity despite all the insanity; ah, yes, there is
More to the chore of love, but you have already joined
Hands and hearts into one, leaving no part uncovered;
No, there is no gain without pain but I fain would tell
You that love straight and true will win the day…
In its own time and way.

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12 thoughts on “Lord of Lyricism: Monologue

  1. “And I can see it: the angels bringing the two of you
    Together from afar beneath one bright star, two lights
    Colliding brightly, twirling and swirling in an ethereal
    Dance because you took the chance to really be who you”
    “seeing the two of you renews my hope for
    Humanity despite all the insanity; ah, yes, there is
    More to the chore of love, but you have already joined
    Hands and hearts into one, leaving no part uncovered;”

    My Lord of Lyricism, how beautifully you thread the words. How soothing. Your words elate me and make me feel so happy and proud to say “I’m finally me”. Thank you for this honour. You and I must have had some past life connection. 🙂

        1. “No, there is no gain without pain but I fain would tell
          You that love straight and true will win the day…
          In its own time and way.” I do hope that happens! What a conclusion! is this the end for the Lord and Lady?

  2. Reblogged this on Manan Unleashed and commented:
    The third part and in all probability the concluding part of the Lord of Lyricism series. My friend Jon is a great man. And I deeply respect him. I have found in him a true friend. Please enjoy for this may well be the end of the series (on paper).

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