Deborah - Poem by John Molloy
Return to me my beaming smile
my hugs and kisses too,
Let's sit again and talk awhile
of all things only you.
Let's amble by the Liffey's quay
to muse our ebb and flow,
let's glide along just you and me
for all the world to know.
Return to me my longing so
my deepest true desire,
let's lay again and passions flow
with hearths and lungs afire.
Let's keep our bodies always near
to stay the one we are,
Let's make plans for ever dear
to never be afar.
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