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Peter S. Quinn


Blue Topaz


Blue topaz
Blue blue blue
The moon glisten
On you so full of mystic
Blue topaz
My daydreams in the ocean
My night ways
And erosion
Each mood that I have
And I have lost to you
Sweet sweet oh sweet
Into the blue
Of blue blue topaz

Blue topaz
Blue blue blue
The waves of your ways
Meet night in the days
Blue topaz
Each feeling and notion
Like sun shining rays
In touching and devotion
That in the heart plays
When it has lost you
And bled oh bled
When all's lost and through
Blue blue blue topaz

If mystic is blue
Then love is all true
And nothing would go
That once did all glow
Blue topaz
Blue blue blue
You should know by now
I still love you
Each mood that's new
May kindly be freed
Again into the blue
So I wouldn't lose you
Blue blue blue topaz

My dearest blue topaz

Submitted: Saturday, May 26, 2007
Edited: Wednesday, March 02, 2011

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