Such a perfect January Day,
off to have ourselves a perfect stay.
I remember the sun glistening off the morning snow,
the crystalled water in the bay there down below.
The bluish sky and crisp air cooling,
so filled the air a love so fooling,
to both our heads it spun and twirled
As, to her I, and I to her,
we where each others.
All the world.
The perfect weekend get away,
where we could enjoy the winter's snow.
A romantic little hideaway,
on our special day we'd go.
To a place where we could be alone,
where we could be, just us two.
When we were together, it never mattered what we'd do.
On our way with our hearts at play
we sat hand in hand.
On this our special
We had been but a year together
but already knew it would be forever.
Our bond that held so tightly it shall never,
the bond we knew would never sever.
And of whom each other we did so adore.
Bragging to one another, of who loved who more.
Far beyond what can't be described.
Never did I believe I could feel that way,
A love that cause the rest the world to fade
On this our perfect
With deprived and such depleted mind
at the wheel, we both had spent our nine.
And so a game to help us pass the time.
As her driving, was not as mine.
A friendly challenge thought of a young ones wisdom.
I dared if she passed the cars ahead, her reward would be this.
A sweet nothing in her ear said, and a lovers kiss.
She laughed, she giggled, she smiled my way
at all the things I had to say.
On such a loving
And from our wondrous laughter,
always lingered right there after.
Such a warming feeling,
of our two hearts each reeling.
And as we passed them faster,
there we turned there lurked disaster.
Round the corner horn we sounded.
Appeared a truck there stalled and stay,
and with it we collided,
on that fearful, forever tearful
With remorseless force, we come crashing down.
The only thing worse than the impact,
was that horrid sound.
Crushing steel with breaking glass
we hit and it happened so, way too fast.
A screaming bang, then dead silence
Never had my world, seen so much violence.
Out cold I went and there I lay.
Not knowing what just happened
on this dark and dreadful