Treasure Island

Lawrence S. Pertillar

(February/'47 / Connecticut, USA)

Keep Your Senses Blessed To Address


Keep it meant to be loved.
Those interests kept,
With your time invested.

Keep it meant to be loved.
Your happiness...
And those feelings you get.

Keep it meant to be loved.
That what you do...
And who with you pursues it.

Not many today can say,
They awaken feeling blessed...
With anticipation,
To accept in the morning...
When the dawn comes.

Keep your senses blessed to address,
In the morning.
Express those senses kept to address,
Each day.

Keep your senses blessed to address,
In the morning.
Express those senses kept to address,
Each day.

Not many today can say,
They awaken feeling blessed...
With anticipation,
To accept in the morning...
When the dawn comes.

Keep your senses blessed to address,
In the morning.
Express those senses kept to address,
Each day.

Keep it meant to be loved.
Those interests kept,
With your time invested.
Keep it with a meaning meant,
To be loved!

Submitted: Tuesday, October 15, 2013
Edited: Thursday, October 24, 2013

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