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Peter S. Quinn


In Your Own Way – You Drive Me Crazy


Every star might be a falling star
Until the time comes here again to give and to believe
From closeness of their glittering and till they are afar
You have your love thoughts and you have your own grieve

Every dream is away in their going
Giving much of every deepness of each your new desire
Falling through the times that are of past but are still flowing
Within the aims of your own heart going higher

There's so much there for nothing but surrender
In those feelings that are memories today
Your heart's aching beat and in its tender
Every footstep you took in your own way

Love sometimes waits in the background
With the dreams that seem faraway but remain there reachable still
Coming closer to what it truly is when once more it's found
Every story that is lost in its thrill

In your own way

Every star might be a falling star
Until the time comes here again to give and to believe
From closeness of their shimmering and till they are afar
You have your love thoughts and you have your revive

Every footstep that you took was in your own way
You drive me crazy with those memories today

Submitted: Sunday, December 27, 2009

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