The dreams we had and pleasures held,
in yesterday's embrace,
I watch as twilight starts to meld,
into your lovely face.
The spring came fast, then summer's glow,
the pale blush of your cheek,
the joy I thought I'd never know,
the touch that left me weak.
How quickly autumn came around,
and stole away the splendor,
to take from us without a sound,
the sweetness summer rendered.
Where are the dreams when we first met?
What happened to those days?
How can you be so close and yet,
still be so far away?
An eternity has passed me by,
in moments, one by one,
your scent still lingers in my sky,
like sweet heather in the sun.
When can I spend my life with you?
When will we be together?
What is it that I have to do,
to make us last forever?
Copyright © Curt Mongold | Year Posted 2008
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