Treasure Island

Peter S. Quinn


A Love Song – In To the Evening


Give me feelings to renew
From lonely footsteps days
My love is like the dew
That in the morning plays

Bring me your sweet hours
That comes here flowing on
Like dewdrops on flowers
That in the evening is gone

Let me be yours only
For a moment or a two
Embossing the footpaths lonely
That each has walked through

Touch me with inside feeling
That come and go like this
And our hearts are stealing
Like morning hour bliss

Never let me here leave
Into my very lonely own
For days will swift to grieve
Until those thought are blown

Come here and be mine
Until the next day comes
And let the stars above shine
Like little twinkling blossoms

Submitted: Thursday, August 30, 2007
Edited: Monday, April 04, 2011

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