Friday Music Prompt 48: Fields of June – The Thrill Still In Her Heart

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The girl sat and pondered

Thought it would be nice

If there was a field

Instead of a pond

A vast distance

Where convention so it seemed

Guarded every exit.

She sat and waited

Waited as you do

For a change in the wind

A change of fortune

For every day was an adventure

A matter of degree.

Underneath she knew

And knew he did know

Despite the limitations

And all manner of reason

There burned a love

Neither had ever known.

They toyed with love no more

They contemplated goodbye

But something stronger

Grabbed at them

Saying rejuvenate

Go and play once more

Enjoy your youthful selves

For tomorrow will come.

The girl sat and pondered

The thrill still in her heart.

 

Written for: https://mindlovemiserysmenagerie.wordpress.com/2016/06/24/friday-music-prompt-48-fields-of-june/

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15 Responses to Friday Music Prompt 48: Fields of June – The Thrill Still In Her Heart

  1. I like the hope in here, Michael 🙂

  2. Bastet says:

    Hello Michael … I’m back! And I liked your lovely interpretation of the song … I also enjoyed the technique of closing the poem with the opening phrases.

  3. Shadeau says:

    This was wonderful–I, too, love the hope and encouragement to be bold, love.

  4. Sanaa Rizvi says:

    They contemplated goodbye
    But something stronger
    Grabbed at them
    Saying rejuvenate

    Sigh… this is beautiful.. Michael 🙂 love often bounces back, doesn’t it.
    Beautifully penned

    Lots of love,
    Sanaa

  5. Mandy says:

    Beautiful, Michael. Proof it’s difficult to dismiss true love. 🙂

  6. “Inspired writing? Certainly fits your wonderful romantic genre. It melts hearts, and I head off to find an open box of Kleenex,” she sniffled.
    “‘thanks so for participating with your lovely ode to love soft and strong. I hope you enjoyed the music and the challenge,” she concluded.

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