Richard Ford Bunuel Whale Carnegie Edison Simon Hitchcock Welles Christ Antunes Rodriguez Kubrick

Bronze Star - 2,252 Points (02/11/1982 but conceived on May 28,1981 / Indian Orchard, Massachusetts)

Forever And A Day - Poem by Richard Ford Bunuel Whale Carnegie Edison Simon Hitchcock Welles Christ Antunes Rodriguez Kubrick

Forever And A Day
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If I Could...
I Would Speak To You Forever And A Day....
And If It Be For One Day...
May That Day Last Forever
Lie Beside Me, Like You Mean It
Sing For Me, Like You Mean It
Breathe For Me, Like You'd Sing It
Relay The Message KInd
To A Proper Domain And Destination...
Which Would Be A Girl...
I Loved... She Loved Me...
Or So I Felt... But Then Again...
What Was Felt Was From Afar...
And What I Felt For Her Will Last Long
After The Hero Rides Off
Into The Sunset With His Maiden
Bride At His Side... Sunsets... Sent Heaven
Falling In Love Is Easy,
Its The Falling Out Of Love That Harms..
A Mind Afflict Of Lovelorn Longings
Is A Mind Full Of Hurt.. A Heart Break Mourn
Curvature Of The Mind
Brace For Two
Broke When One
A Present In Of Itself Is Your Presence...
Near Or Far... Wherever You Are...
You Are There... And In Being... A Present
To Hear You.. Afar Away...
So Close, So Far... To You...
I Am... A Man Alone...
Such Beauty... You Have... Divined Pure
I Am But An Angel
Who One Day Shall Rise Upwards From Ash..
Up Toward Paradise...
Where Paradise Be A State Of Mind
... Not A State Of Body.
To Feel... A Love..
In Hand... In Flesh...
Of You... My Love...
For You I Am... A Man To Be...
A Boy Throughout... An Ecstasy.
And So I Go... To Sleep...
To Live Unawake... With You
Stationary In Means...
Limitless Of Love
A Tangled Web We Weave
As The Web We Weave
Is Love Cross Stiched
In Hand Of Cloth
To Wear As Whole
Comfort Of Love
Never To Deceive
A Love As Grande
In Light So Far
A Horizon Without
A Love As Mine
For You I Have
Afar Away, So Near
To Hold In Hand...
In Heart...
In Love.


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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, December 14, 2011



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