Colin Coplin

Rookie - 4 Points (Australia)

You'Re My Last Love - Poem by Colin Coplin

All the stars in the sky don’t mean nothing to me
Watch them shiver
From a side walk café, I watch them rise
Then slowly disappear

You’re not the first love, you’re my last love
I hold you in my arms
As the world turns just a little bit faster
You’re where I belong

The leaves on the trees, sway like ghosts
As they dance with the breeze, in winter
And the seas caress the shore
Carving coastlines we adore, it doesn’t matter

You’re not the first love, you’re my last love
I hold you in my arms
As the world turns just a little bit faster
You’re where I belong

The times that we shared, all the love wrapped up in the cherished memories
Are in our minds, souls, hearts, bones
Everything that makes us whole
They’ll divide when we die, then multiply a millionth fold
To fill the world, the stars, the universe and all beyond
Yes we now and forever

You’re not the first love, you’re my last love
I hold you in my arms
As the world turns just a little bit faster
You’re where I belong

All the stars in the sky, don’t mean nothing to me
Watch them shiver
From a side walk café, you’re with me,
Now and forever

Our love is good love, our love is strong love
I hold you in my arms
As the world turns just a little bit faster
You’re where I belong

Copyright Colin Coplin 2005 / 2010


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Poem Submitted: Monday, November 22, 2010



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