Peter S. Quinn


Greenery For The New Spring - Poem by Peter S. Quinn

Happiness is dark inside
With lovely moods to spell
Love's sweet mysterious hide
For only the worthy to tell
Moments they come and they go
Everything is but a dream
Somewhere the seeds will show
With its true success esteem

Gardens are growing their leaves
Greenery for the new spring
Summer longings and retrieves
Inside the gateway to bring
Feelings sweet giving forever
Nothing will stand in between
There's no point being clever
After you know what you've seen

You may be sad in your distance
Finding no way to your home
Giving your hope the last change
Adding only grey to your chrome
You may be feeling so lonely
Trying to live to someone's taste
But truly you know you're only
Bringing yourself to a waste

Happiness is dark inside
With lovely moods to spell
Love's sweet mysterious hide
For only the worthy to tell
Moments they come and they go
Everything is but a dream
Somewhere the seeds will show
With its true success esteem

You may be sad in your distance
Finding no way to your home
Giving your hope the last change
Adding only grey to your chrome
You may be feeling so lonely
Trying to live to someone's taste
But truly you know you're only
Bringing yourself to a waste

Happiness is dark inside
With lovely moods to spell
Love's sweet mysterious hide

Happiness - Greenery (x3)

You may be sad in your distance
Finding no way to your home
Giving your hope the last change
Adding only grey to your chrome
You may be feeling so lonely
Trying to live to someone's taste
But truly you know you're only
Bringing yourself to a waste

Gardens are growing their leaves
Greenery for the new spring
Summer longings and retrieves
Inside the gateway to bring
Feelings sweet giving forever
Nothing will stand in between
There's no point being clever
After you know what you've seen


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Poem Submitted: Friday, March 2, 2007

Poem Edited: Wednesday, January 26, 2011


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