Peter S. Quinn


Beautiful Softness - Poem by Peter S. Quinn

Love is in the air
Though summertime's long gone
Softness here and there
Keeps my heart moving on
Life is like a coffee cup
Drink and taste its bitter
Losing what is down or up
But I have never been a quitter

Mornings I think about you
And how we used to be
As the day moves on through
In its ways and aberrancy
Love was once the two of us
And its happiness around
Now it's gone in a double-cross
Somewhere else now found

Refrain
Afternoons are closing by
Moments of bright and dark
Red horizon in the sky
Daydreams in vividness spark
You and I had it all
So much of right and wrong
Now time moves like a cannonball
Turning aside its sing-along

Love is in the dark
Nothing is clear aside
We to other actions embark
As we our loneliness hide
Life is like a coffee cup
Drink and taste its bitter
Mornings of future sunup
Finding its brightness glitter

Refrain
Afternoons are closing by
Moments of bright and dark…


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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, January 16, 2013

Poem Edited: Wednesday, January 16, 2013


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