Ring In The Window

In the window he saw the ring
The perfect one, a beautiful thing
The most perfect symbol for her
At its centre a Ceylon sapphire
A gem to beguile and hypnotise
And match the beauty of her eyes
Then to compliment its glow
Around it sits a diamond halo
Light playing on its heavenly guise
Like the sparkling of her eyes
All set in a stylist platinum band
Which he could picture on her hand
And pictured himself on one knee
So he could say “please marry me”

A Symbolic Act

Buying an engagement ring fills many men with dread, but for the portagosnist in our poem it is a joyous experience.


Love Poems for Special Occasions


Engagement Poems

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