~ Greek Poetry – White Iris by Muse ~

White Iris Greek Poetry~White Iris~
The Iris danced across
The ancient Grecian skies
Gliding with her embossed
Satiny milken sides
~
Her lithe and nimble limbs
Moved methodically
From her cream white petals
To her supple stem.
The nectar that she carried
Was transposed into a hymn
~
“I must use my moments wisely,
For they shall soon pass away
And be lost to me forever…
A mere memory of my yesterdays.”
~
Thus she sang
And thus she cried.
Her voice set to harp
And lyre.
~
So true a call
So true a heart
Did Zeus himself see?
“Come now unto Mt Olympus
Oh white Iris,
And our announcer be…”
~
She floated along
In such curving grace
Transposed she was
In time and space
The blessed arched path
Which she did go
Became the journey for
Heaven’s promised rainbow.
~
(muse from the book Enigmatic Evolution)

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Rose Piedad

Rose Piedad wow awesome! love it very much <3(“,)<3

Barbara Brumbaugh

Barbara Brumbaugh Love this…

Tammy McCain

Tammy McCain Love love love…….xoxo. I never tire if reading this……although I much more enjoy when you read to me , sis!! Love ya!!

Ryan Hidayatullah

Ryan Hidayatullah I broken heart. . . Help. . .

Susan Connor

Susan Connor Love! xoxo

Jack Tai

Jack Tai such beautiful scenery…

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