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A Fruitful Flight - part 2 of Surreal Love -

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A Fruitful Flight - part 2 of Surreal Love -

Is that enough 
proof to show you that you’re beautiful inside and out?
How can I show you that I’m captivated by my love towards you? 
How can I prove to you that you’re a great deal?
How can I wipe away your tears – twinkling blue?
How can I express how lovely you look? – It’s true  
I’m being serious and straightforward definitely – 
our love is pure and so much more…
our love will endure forevermore…
our love is real and it’s a splendid deal…
our love is unreal…our love is made of steel…
Our Love is oh so surreal 
You melt my anguish away…
Our love can heal a broken heart
You nurture me in the month of May 
You throw away winter’s dismay

Our Love burns on…and its warmth shrouds us with love
Our love takes wing…like a divine, elegant dove 
Adoring fruitful flight – 
What a sight…what a delight
Put to death the heartless night  
And fight the good fight 
As my mother would say 
every now and then 
she always turned the night to day
But, she’s not here with me again 
Why would she not visit me in the month of May? 
Didn't she promise that she would give me a call today? 

Our love’s a sturdy, majestic ship,
Revealing its glory and producing fellowship 
Our love sprouts with everlasting grace and ecstasy  
A zealous grace that won’t sink down to the bottomless sea  

Put a ring on your finger and soak in my mournful, ravishing rain 
Love me in a flattering, relishing way  
I place a vase of ferns and daisies on your window pane  
I send you my love as I begin my journey today 

I pray to God that the dawn will blossom 
In the month of May,
Pushing away the doubtful, dismal clouds…
making me feel numb
Making me drink in regret and disarray…

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