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Jesus James Llorico


Walk With Me


An empty road.... this peaceful night....
As evening breeze, blend with street lights

Though far are we, from city's glow
With only dunes and sands to show

Come, be with me, my fairest one
Let us walk this road, hand in hand

Then we will talk about the time
When we were young and in our prime

The crescent moon up in the sky
Will spread radiance for you and I

Tell me then, that moment arise
First time we meet, love in our eyes!

While this divine and gentle wind
Just lightly brush your lovely skin

Whisper me then, the simple truth
We're both in love, since time of youth

Our pleasant talk, gaze from afar
Your sparkling smile mix with the stars

Together we'll laugh, so much fun
The world will know that we are one!

For you and I, this walk entails
It's just seem, like some fairy tale

Though this dream, be out of the blue
I hope someday this will come true...

Submitted: Saturday, May 25, 2013
Edited: Monday, August 05, 2013

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