Make Haste! My dreams! For sleep ensures
that in the night I'm only yours!
So, bring the darkness; bring the night
until dawn brings its humbling light.
The stars can sparkle, they will glow
but, in my mind alone, I know
the comfort of your radiant smile
which day was blessed for just awhile.
For countless days, my memory cries
and craves the twinkle in your eyes;
Your touch, your quiet, gentle kiss
are, in the daytime, greatly missed.
But when the shroud of black surrounds
and air is filled with lonely sounds.
I close my eyes; secure a peek,
of you; The only one I seek.
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