Caribbean Honeymoon - Poem by Leopold Cann
Out of the blue surge good thoughts of you
Long have we been parted, I am ever true.
sky and sea murmur thrills to me.
Soon I'll meet my lover, far across the sea.
Dream of palm fronds waving in the sunshine,
Air as sweet and pure as sparkling wine,
Crystal waters foam before our passage
To our Caribbean Honeymoon.
Sailing from the grey Atlantic ocean,
Where and when we haven't a care of notion,
All my hopes come true in you,
my precious darling,
Shining rainbow mists our veil to paradise.
Sapphire seas and soft pink-tinged dawning
Enfold our dreams upon this magic morning.
Oh, that we could sail on thus forever
On our Caribbean Honeymoon.
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