A Walk Into The Sunset - Poem by Maurice Harris
A walk into the sunset, becomes a moonlit stroll;
A moment to recompense for what the years stole!
A night spent, with the Moon and stars, only-
With them and each other, we will never be lonely!
The tide creeps up, until it dances around our toes-
Lost in each other, this is the only way time shows!
We fall asleep, in the arms of one another-
Yet still, we lie there, the surf no bother!
Soon, the Sun begins to surface, yet again,
We both awaken, to where the journey did begin-
In one another's eyes-each, our canvas upon the world;
Only a few hours, yet, as if time itself, unfurled!
This, though only a scape of a dream-
To meet with reality perhaps, though real it did seem!
Maurice Harris,10 April 2010
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