Joshua Dinkin

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A Bright Bouquet

There is a truth I know deep down,
Where waters purple, pink, and blue
Swirl just like your evening gown,
And whisper softly, “I love you, ”
The only words I know are true,
The only truth that can be found.

There is a light that shines above,
Where clouds of gold and silver float,
And in them you will find our love,
Drifting like an ocean boat
To islands dreamlike and remote,
And other worlds that we dream of.

There is a basket filled with glee,
Where the rainbow meets the rolling hills,
And when that place is found, then we
Will have our fill of fun and thrills,
As much as from that basket spills,
The feastings of pure ecstasy!

There is a time when again we’ll meet,
Where time stands still and all is one,
And in those moments we’ll complete
The masterpiece that we’d begun,
When I first met you in the sun,
And felt my heart skip a beat.

But now it’s late, and I must go,
There’s just one thing I need to say:
Like waters that forever flow,
Our love will never go away,
But flourish like a bright bouquet,
That to your beauty I bestow.

Submitted: Sunday, June 30, 2013
Edited: Thursday, July 25, 2013
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