Sheri Walters

(Richmond, VA)

A Walk in the Garden

Will you walk with me in the garden
Amongst the Spring's first bloom
We shall tarry there, my darlin'
Amidst the lilies sweet perfume

We shall watch the dewdrops glisten
Upon the gossamer's spun
Strolling under the blossoming linden
Beneath the morning sun

Then we shall receive the noon repast
Beside the fountains of white
Into the waters we shall cast
Our leavings to the fishes delight

And when the air grows torrid
Underneath the cloudless sky
We shall shelter in the arbors most florid
And listen to the gentle winds sigh

So when the day does bid adieu
And darkness fills the sky once more
It is then I shall tell you I love you
More then I have ever loved before

Submitted: Thursday, November 18, 2010

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