Danielle - Poem by Craig Turner
All I can do is sit by her side,
And know she wont break the night,
What a time we had,
Before you perched on the floor,
With me by your side,
I’ve got the best spot,
She is the prettiest site.
Can I take your hands,
And lead this last dance
There’s spring in my step,
That wont let go,
Through the cracks in the moonlight,
I look amazed that I know.
I’ve got the best place,
Here in your space,
By my side,
The prettiest scene,
Felt what I cant hide,
A picturesque dream.
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