In silicon halls of data's reign,
Where circuits hum and wires sustain,
A world of wonder, vast and wide,
Does technology preside.
By Brenda Auma3 months ago in Poets
In fields of green, where wildflowers sway,
Lives a maiden fair, in sunny day.
Her tresses golden, her eyes so bright,
Let us gather, let us dance,
In this place of joy and chance,
Where laughter flows like a river wide,
And music lifts our spirits high.
In fields of velvet, where wildflowers sway,
A gentle breeze whispers through the day.
Soft petals dance upon their stems so slim,
By Brenda Auma4 months ago in Poets
In the rainy season, the skies do weep
With tears of joy, the earth does keep
A deluge of life, in every drop
A symphony of nature, to make us hop
In this bustling metropolis, I reside
Where sounds of chaos never subside
Cars honk, sirens wail, and people shout
A cacophony that pierces through and out
In this desert of sand and stone,
Where the sun beats down all alone,
I find myself lost and adrift,
A stranger in this barren rift.
Oh, the joys of little ones so sweet and small,
Bundles of love that capture us all.
In their eyes, a sparkle bright and true,
Our love is like a waltz, so graceful and true,
With every movement, our hearts sing anew.
We dance to the rhythm of our love's beat,
Oh love, you weave your magic spell,
In every moment, big or small,
With you, the ordinary's grand,
Our hearts entwined, hand in hand.
In the quiet moments, when words are few,
Our love shines bright, like a beacon true.
In the glances, the touches, the sighs,
In days of youth, when hearts were wild and free,
Our paths did cross, and love did decree,
That we should be, as one heart, as one mind,