By The Waters Edge - Poem by James McLain
Under the stars by the waters edge
Why can't we, both are we not '
like all of they, 'the sea has it's smell.
On my side of the deep vast ocean
and yes as the heart felt waves, they
pull me in and push me out or that upon
you the same because of you, it does.
Reaching up too the pale full moon
nestled softly between two hand held clouds
and knowing sufficiently night to day
she has to me been attached and i walk.
To the night her sweet breath as it blows across
to me it is the same of the star,
it's blue and pink.
Large roof it is dim in us.
Where both sleep
and I do not desire the fact
that the wind is connected
or you have put in place
the restraint of the sea - As for that as for the love
you have given me
and which is sufficient your love is felt
as music on me is all like most, 'we both have.
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