#351 Jill Virginia Iii - Poem by Jimmie Arrington
I see you in my dreams at night,
I watch you twirl and dance.
I wonder if it’s wrong or right
To fall beneath your trance;
Yet I fall with much delight.
You sing without a thought or care,
The sound rings in my head.
You’re all around and everywhere
As I lie soundly in my bed,
Enjoying this nightly affair.
I wake and see you in the day
And still I’m beneath your trance.
I find the perfect words to say,
But blame it all on circumstance,
They always come out the wrong way.
My heart, daily, feels much growth,
In sunlight and as I snooze.
Take this as my vow and oath,
If I were forced to choose,
I’d love you to stay in both.
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