Tekkoo Heinrich

(Denmark)

The day in june


It was one day in June
I was surfing the Internet
I was hopeless confused
when a picture hit me like a jet

The view the hit me from the picture
This blond smile with the curly hair
The heat in my body was heating on
My eyes open up wide, it was not fair

Since the day in June
My live change for ever
Her eyes her look are always there
would I walk out on her, never

The picture stills hit me like lightning
I know I must visit her soon
Take her down to the lake
and make love to her under the moon

It is not more the day in june
My heart is locked by her thrust
July is gone by in the heat
Still my body is full of lust

Now we are in the month of august
She will ask why are you still away
My heart beat as the day in june
I will come to you - and i will stay

Time is flying by the souls
Still she is so kind
I will be with you forever
you are always on my mind

Submitted: Wednesday, August 12, 2009

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