Too Dream Or Not Too Dream Too Dream Or Not Too Dream
Closing the lips of my eye I am back were we begun.
Touching your hands and face
Sublime like sun.
Warm soft and inviting you lay there with me
Holding hands watching the sea.
The ripples of water divide but come back
Crash! Bang! Wallop! sounds of seagulls yak.
A bit like our relationship its on the rocks
Too dream or not too dream wondrous thoughts.
Comparing us on a summers day engaging in virtual play.
I taste you on my lips, I see you through my eyes,
oh why does love show unorthodox disguise.
Suddenly you rise and run for the shore.
The gates of heaven open water downpours.
Who cares! Its only a bit of rain it will never douse
Our eternal flame.
If you too could see this glorious land
through eyes astounded by beauty.
Then you would not fear the mesmerising
act of clear cut unity.
Girl you are the one-my life has just begun.
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