Whispers With The Breeze
Sweet whispers came with Summer breeze,
Fond thoughts of you, that soothe my soul,
Where, visions of shadows mixed with tears,
A pure reminder you are gone.
Where is the boy that I once knew?
That warm embrace, that felt so right,
Where life's young, love nurtured and grew,
The time we met, that moonlit night.
Where are you now?
I loved you so!
My one true love, we'll never be,
I think of you, I can't forget,
Soft whispers fade, to eternity
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