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007-Hush...


007-Hush...

Hush...hush my darling, listen to our hearts...
as they beat as one. In the stillness
of this quiet time...can you see the gift
of yesterdays and the promise of tomorrow?
Can you hear the choir of the angels,
as they sing their songs of love?

Hush...can you hear my muted words of
love and caring? Can you feel my soul...
as it merges with yours?

Hush...as the wind plays in the trees and
the rain falls gently, as it plops against the
window and dances on the roof.

Hush...our baby sleeps and a distant violin,
plays softly in night. The cat...upon the bed...
and the dog is quiet... and close by.

Hush...discover the secrets of the silence
of the night. Can you feel that we are one
with the rain...and the night...and all we
can see...or not?

Hush my darling...as I drink you in and tell you
of my love. Hush...as we melt together...and
drift peacefully in the night.

Hush...hush...hush...and good night.

© Joe Fazio

Submitted: Wednesday, November 11, 2009
Edited: Thursday, November 12, 2009

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