Kevin Gorman


Lose That Too!


I've lost the morning sun again
The dew upon the dale,
Wings of dove and butterflies
Breezes as they wail.

Lost another noon of blue
One more kiss of rain,
All the flowers bloom today
Nighttime as they wane.

Lost a silent starry moon
Upon a summer's rill,
And the valley''s marigolds
Sweet with daffodils.

Lost another gaze of night
Upon a mountain's view,
Even if I tasted love —
I'm sure to lose that too!

Submitted: Sunday, April 25, 2004
Edited: Tuesday, March 23, 2010

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