Peter S. Quinn


Every Day - Every Year Poem by Peter S. Quinn


Every day that I live I'll die
And go just further away
Like the blossoming blue sky
I will fade into yesterday
Love is easy to approach learning
With the meaning of life behind
But on memories I am leaning
For the love I never could find

Every year that passes here on
Will give me a reason to learn
When its days are beyond and gone
There is no way to back return
Something’s though in my thought
With a feeling I always trust
I've learned what I was taught
Form it - before it became lost

Every load has its weight to carry
In the times that passes through
It’s laden with existence worry
But its destines are made by you
Every day that I live I'll die
Coming nearer to fate that I hold
Feeling flexible in its goodbye
That at this time’s to become old

Refrain
Every day that I live I'll die
And go just further away
Like the blossoming blue sky
I will fade into yesterday

Submitted: Wednesday, January 02, 2008
Edited: Wednesday, January 02, 2008

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