David Pyrs

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Happiness


I shared a moment with the night,
Your far presence as my guide.

I sang a song all by myself,
With your words to keep me up.

When I asked you about love,
Warmth Trust & Happiness you replied.

When I asked you about dreams,
Your answers caused smiles and awww’s.

In all darkness of the night,
Between the cold air & the warm thought.

When many day creatures are in dreamland,
When honey is in high demand.

Love is the hope for the morning light,
Warmth of the rays at first sight,
Smiles of the ones you love,
Touch from those you desire most,
Sweet kisses goodnight for million nights,
Complete trust, when you hold her hand.

When you asked about love.
U unchained the river from above.

Submitted: Thursday, April 10, 2014
Edited: Thursday, April 10, 2014

Topic(s): Love


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