Peter S. Quinn


Bring It Together - Poem by Peter S. Quinn

The days are going by
One by one they leave
There is stillness in the sky
With some grayness and grieve
The time have moved along
With flowers in the dust
Earth's much now a sadness song
Tomorrow future we trussed

We need to bring it back
From the darkness orbit on
Its dream it now will lack
Each driven aspect orgone
The past is something we know
Truth of promises asleep
There was once world of glow
And ours everyone to keep

Verse
Don't stop a half finished job
It's all up to me and you
There is no reason to stop
If you know what to do
Don't be eluding the outlook
There is no way to loose
The future's an unwritten book
There is no time to choose

What has be come to be
The thoughts that once was new
And careless has come to see
Good times are past and due
Dismissing every new reason
That fills the open still
That maybe comes a lost season
For no man again to fulfill

Oh bring me to the truth
Eternal with each dawn
The spring and summer youth
Where fragrance love's drawn
O gives me peace not trapped
Inside some no man's land
With futures so handicapped
That we will never understand

Verse
Don't stop a half finished job
It's all up to me and you
There is no reason to stop
If you know what to do
Don't be eluding the outlook
There is no way to loose
The future's an unwritten book
There is no time to choose

One by one tomorrow
The days never come back
You can not time borrow
To set things on right track
All is so up to me and you
How things are going to go
Setting it straight and through
That's what we need to know

Verse
Don't stop a half finished job
It's all up to me and you
There is no reason to stop
If you know what to do
Don't be eluding the outlook
There is no way to loose
The future's an unwritten book
There is no time to choose


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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, March 27, 2007

Poem Edited: Monday, February 7, 2011


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