Tonight, I am all yours.
No matter what, I will love you forever.
Thinking of you,
Your wag is my cue.
Under the moonlight,
We shall dream of sunlight,
Sitting there on the grass,
Nuzzling each other, and letting time pass.
Let the moon wash her soft rays upon us,
Enjoying the soft, swirling mist,
Letting the Wind ripple your fur,
And weave through my brown locks.
As the mockingbird takes up his son,
A faraway clock chimes 'Ding-Dong'.
As dawn slips into day,
You slowly, yet quietly slip away.
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