Treasure Island

Peter S. Quinn


Let Me Sing You a Song


Let me sing you a song
Of sweet lonesome tender
Feelings of summer’s long
In bleach of fall surrender
My heart is not now easy
While days are getting dark
For wintry times breezy
Where earth frost shall spark

Let me just fly today
To some else summer’s glow
With my dreams and play
Where there is nowhere snow
Just easy going breeze
Where birds can tenderly sing
Among green leaved trees
And back the summer bring

My heart is tender longing
In outside coldness start
Though I in my song’s longing
Feelings of a tender heart
Those days are now leaving
Where flowers fragrances give
And thus my heart deceiving
What I did long for to live



*With this picture: http: //www.flickr.com/photos/benheine/3968288061/

Submitted: Thursday, October 01, 2009

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