Colors In Bloom

by Mario William Vitale

Soft linen on a bed with a scattered bit of lace
Outside the window sings a hummingbird in full view
Colors in bloom
The way she combed her hair & delicate skin

Now where do I even begin
A sacred place next to an opened door
A given chance at which to explore
Through oval stone on its basement board

A clearing of grass through the sun lit mast
We then hold hands in which to embrace a bond of simple taste
Every path that one takes simply can't be retraced
Although many would like to go back in time

To wander again in a given chance at which to pretend
Still what does that matter now we should never look back at the plough
It's not in the know rather its simply in the know how
Colors in bloom filtered through the room

A radiance of light that seems way out of sight
You meet me half way to kiss so very sweet
A given chance at which to kindly meet & greet
With vast colors in bloom on a brightened Sunday morn

No corner stone unmoved through the tide that was turned
Hurry up and learn so that what is left will not be burned
Through a symbolic decorated vase we can capture a smile from a very lonesome maid,

The debt that your suffering inside has already been paid
Colors in bloom rough the fall scene in decorated light for all to see !

From: 
Mario William Vitale




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ABOUT THE POET ~
Mario Vitale is a poet with over 1, 000 poems towards his credit platform., Mario Vitale was born in Bristol, Ct Has developed a skill for writing poetry in the free verse form. has been featured on Hubpages.com, Starlitecafe.com & Poetry soup. Vitale lives with his elderly mother Ann Soulier in Wolcott, Ct. Currently has written well over 1, 000 poems & 2 short story's toward credit platform., Vitale has taken the poetic world by storm being featured on Google, Yahoo & MSN. Looks up to contemporaries in the poetry industry such as John Ashbery & Major Jackson., Has been a favorite featured poet reader at Barnes & Noble in Waterbury, Ct., Also featured on such sites as Poetry soup, Writer's café & Neo Poet.


Last updated May 10, 2017