Treasure Island

Clare Grover Cotterill

(March 1972 / Cannock, Staffordshire, UK)

Another Day


Another day gone by
Another night has passed
Another sun has shone for us
And it won't be the last
The stars are shining in the sky
The moon beams all around
The sea laps hungrily on the shore
I love the rippling sound
My memories of you and I
Remain inside my heart
I smile as I remember us
Even though we are apart
It doesn't matter what life brings
for either of us now
My depth of love for you will always be
And that will never go
Keep brightness in your heart, sweet one
And think of me with cheer
And hold a sweet and pleasant thought
Each day, each month, or year.

Submitted: Friday, April 04, 2014

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