Andrey Kupriyanov

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A Girl Who Sang The Song By Scorps - Poem by Andrey Kupriyanov

I still recall one summer night
I'll always keep that in my mind
Then I woke up alone again
So quietly on The Coast of Spain

I took a stroll along the shore
Don't know what I've been looking for
A pair of footprints followed me
Those steps were vanished in the sea

I heard the sounds and looked around
I saw a girl who sang aloud
She sang «The Future Never Dies»*
Her voice was soft like angel sigh

Her face was young like morning sky
I guess I'm a really lucky guy
I asked her name and I recall
She said: «My name is Rock 'N Roll»

Well, hand in hand, a blue lagoon
We danced in the ray of moon
Until the magic night was gone
Before the dawn… Before the dawn…

Quite possibly we could be one
Night burnt us stronger than the sun
A moment froze in endless time
One tender kiss was so sublime

She had sweet lips like sugar cane
How can mere words my heart explain
And when I sank in her blue eyes
She disappeared into sunrise

I sought her, it was all in vain
And I still feel that inner pain
Oh, girl who sang the song by Scorps
Hear me! I'll be forever yours!

*«The Future Never Dies» is a song by rock band Scorpions


Poet's Notes about The Poem

I didn't invent this story and I can really relate to it…

Comments about A Girl Who Sang The Song By Scorps by Andrey Kupriyanov

  • Allemagne Roßmann (9/9/2012 12:20:00 PM)


    Recollections in the form of this sweet poem-i appreciate (Report) Reply

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  • Unwritten Soul (5/27/2012 5:22:00 AM)


    It just a sweet and very nice moment to shared here, it flows with soul and i can enjoy each line with good imagery in mind, such a good write...it really good! ! ! keep it up_Unwritten Soul (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Friday, May 25, 2012



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