Treasure Island

Peter S. Quinn


Praising Your Love (From, Rhythmicon - 50 Lead Sheets with Poems)


Praising your love
Is somewhat not hard to do,
Like feelings above
It is all up to become true;
Footsteps to make
Everything from within,
It's about to take
Giving and then to win.

Where manipulate ends
And the feelings begin,
What stands and what bends
Where experience have been;
And the trust that you show
With closeness and touch,
How you love can grow
Though you say not too much.

Praising your love
Is in the eyes and heart,
None of it you can shove
If it's whole and one part;
It's your soul and your trust
With everything you give,
And for togetherness a must
For two to share and live.

Submitted: Tuesday, May 08, 2007
Edited: Wednesday, February 23, 2011

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