Thursday, February 12, 2009

A Simple Poem

Today, I read a poem in school. It's a wonderful poem about love. I just wanted to share it because it's so close to Valentine's Day. I Hope You Enjoy!

The Choice
by Dorothy Parker

He'd have given me rolling lands,

Houses of marble, and billowing farms,
Pearls, to trickle between my hands,
Smoldering rubies, to circle my arms.
You- you'd only a lilting song,
Only a melody, happy and high,
You were sudden and swift and strong-
Never a thought for another had I.

He'd have given me laces rare,
Dresses that glimmered with frosty sheen,
Shining ribbons to wrap my hair,
Horses to draw me, as fine as a queen.
You- you'd only to whistle low,
Gaily I followed wherever you led.
I took you, and I let him go-
Somebody ought to examine my head!


Anonymous said...

Oh this is priceless and you're awesome!!

Anonymous said...

Love it, what a twist!!

Angie Kelly Designs said...

What a great poem Josh! Thanks so much for sharing it!!! ♥
*you ARE awesome* :))

Josh said...

I know, this poem is so funny! Its one of my favorites! Thanks everyone :)

Catherine said...

What a great poem Josh! Love can be a funny old thing.

Rocki said...

That one gave me a chuckle when I least expected it!

Scarlet Fields said...

What a great poem to share! Hope all is well and spring break is just around the corner-Whew!! S

Sweets 'N Greets said...

Awesome poem!!! I love it :-)