Lawrence S. Pertillar

(February/'47 / Connecticut, USA)

Ce que je Veux Faire (What I Want To Do)


Je vous cherche.
Non où ne font je vois...
Ce sourire qui rit,
Exprimer ces yeux de danse.

Je longtemps pour vous tenir,
Enveloppé dans mes bras.
Là vous devez libérer votre odeur.
Là nous nous assoyons sur la terrasse,
Donner sur Paris et au-delà.
Comme nous rêvons de l'amour pour nous garder romantiques.

What I Want To Do

I look for you.
No where do I see...
That smile that laughs,
To express those dancing eyes.

I long to hold you,
Enfolded within my arms.
There you are to release your scent.
There we are sitting upon the terrace,
Overlooking Paris and beyond.
As we dream of love to keep us romantic.

Submitted: Saturday, August 01, 2009

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  • . . (8/1/2009 11:26:00 AM)

    A dash of romance from you is like a dash of the finest herbs in a five star cuisine! One of your finest writes Lawrence! :) (Report) Reply

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