When words were superfluous
It was that kind of moment, words were superfluous
Unwinding at a long day's end, quietly reading
Not once distracted by mass noises of restless children
You were at one with your disposition, completely transcendent
I couldn't help myself, but watch you...
And Like sudden ripples from a winter breeze
I quickly grasped a man's simplicity
Yes, words were just superfluous
you simply moved me..
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