Peter S. Quinn


On To the Evening and the Night


When I'm alone
The heart is like a falling beat
In its weakening tone
And empty on crossing street
I feel of life absent
For you are not with me
And through the ways of present
My heart is not free
For everyone's going
In to the bliss of alight
And as tomorrow is glowing
On to the evening and the night

There is no time to say goodbye
With a love that was really never
And it’s easy going so high
For the hours to spent together
Right across the deep blue seas
Or experience from them all
That our wings shall set and frees
When right moments shall call

When you are like the rising day
And I like a dream that is falling
In the oceans weavings and play
Of its very own timeless strolling
And you are still here with me
With the prospects of skies and clouds
Today and forever in eternity
Among the deep sea waving doubts

There is no time to say goodbye
With a love that was really never
And it’s easy going so high
For the hours to spent together
Right across the deep blue seas
Or experience from them all
That our wings shall set and frees
When right moments shall call

On to the evening and the night
I'll go with the billows of far
And when the day comes again bright
My experience be a wish like a star
Through across the seas of love
Which I know that exist not for now
But as the wind blows the clouds above
I'll reach to your heart again somehow

Submitted: Sunday, December 14, 2008
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