MacGregor Tagliaferro


Halycon Days - Poem by MacGregor Tagliaferro

Dear pretty muse, open your eyes,
How can I sleep when you lie near?
Were I with you all night I could,
From sleep be free and never need.
Alas, my dear, you are not near:
And sadly, I must lie alone.
Unless you join me, in my dreams
Then these days can go on and on

Halcyon days never endin'.
You shall find wherever you sail
Me all the while attendin'
To and lovin' you without fail

You, in infinite ways inspire
These words, this vision, this desire.
Come with me so that we may cling
To these days we cherish and sing.
For without this, without desire,
We will always want for love's fire.
Nothins lost that cannot be caught
Life without love, livin' for naught

Halcyon days never endin'.
You shall find wherever you sail
Me all the while attendin'
To and lovin' you without fail

So come on Muse, please come away.
In these days in this dream let's stay,
Because this is Time's holiday,
Sacred to hold, not thrown away
How can I convince you to say
You will come, now, with me today
Tell me we can find the right way
So come on Muse, please come away

Halcyon days never endin'.
You shall find wherever you sail
Me all the while attendin'
To and lovin' you without fail

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Poet's Notes about The Poem

Lyrics for my muse, November 2012, written out West.

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, November 20, 2012

Poem Edited: Tuesday, November 20, 2012


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