Alexander Povolotsky


Melting Snow


Melts away last year's snow,
Which came down on New Year's eve
But you love me strongly, I know
And I'll love you as long as I live
Milky fog around me soars
Makes me feel like a Fairy Tale
And your eyes, which my heart adores,
I could see through the white wintry veil
Though the spring is so far away yet
Yes, the April is far away so
But unlike this fast melting snow
Shall our love away never melt
Fades away last year's snow, which came down on New Year's eve
You are the One and Only
And I love you strongly
And I will love you as long as I live

Submitted: Tuesday, May 28, 2013
Edited: Thursday, September 05, 2013

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