Treasure Island

Daleen Enslinstrydom

(25-02-1967 / Springs, South Africa)

Nobody Knows What Tomorrow May Hold


Darling, come and lay down with me
for a little longer
just before the dawn colours the horizon
and come and whisper sweet nothings in my ear.

Darling, come and lay down with me
and tell me that I am the one that you adore,
the one that you have lost your heart to
and all of your days.

Darling, come and lay down with me,
I have waited a life-time for someone like you,
to awaken my senses and sensibility
and you are the one.

Darling, come and lay down with me,
as the night turns to day
and the new morning takes away
the pain of yesterday
and love makes it only a memory.

Darling, come and lay down with me,
that I can tell you how much I do love you
and my love is more than yesterday
and that is why I give you myself today
as neither of us know what tomorrow may hold.

Submitted: Thursday, May 02, 2013
Edited: Thursday, May 02, 2013

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