Sprinkle the stars upon her lashes,
And whisper that sweet goodbye,
Tie the dreams with scarlet ribbons,
And sleep easily in the sky.
And as she dreams she tosses colors,
Of past sunsets above the sea,
And its just a short way away,
As she’s dancing on the sea.
And that level of deep sleep is lifted,
Just a little by his voice,
For he whispers softly in her ears,
And she awakens just by choice.
And he takes her by her lovely hips,
And here they are again,
Together for another day,
As he kisses her tender lips.
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