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Blessing the bright yellow day

Almond brown eyes sigh why o why
My o my her hearts a little down
Perhaps she's beginning to frown

Soft eyes soft skin
Her heart can't begin to win
She grins up at me and we r OK today
Roses of the darkest red
She drops kerplop onto a crystal bed
Tiny glitter drifts onto her from a gray sky
And again i wonder why?

Why does she seem slightly sad?
This lamb so pure and white
brings eternal day to guard against the night
Words cannot honor
She is a cloud shimmering with it's silver lining
Forever shining
colors surround her silver gray and beige
she will never age

A lamb of hope in a garden full of english tea roses
plucks and nakedly smiles at me
the world is again new, as the morning dew.
i am honored to be permitted to adore you too,
dropp rose petals at your feet in full view

Blessing the bright yellow day
I touch a black cloth and see u again in my mind
Your eyes slowly open and you gaze freely.
Slivers of light lead us back into night, reborn,
We are bright.
We are into the night.
We are white.
You leave and i gaze up and see the moon is full but the sun has not yet set.
Which is a perfect way to end this day.
Thinking of you Too.

Submitted: Friday, November 19, 2010

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