Bill Simmons


Hawian Blue Skies (A Song) - Poem by Bill Simmons

Hawian blue skies
Beautiful palm trees
Such a magical place
Why am I lonely

I see the hill tops
The people on shore
They all seem to have someone
To love and adore

I see the children
Their castles in sand
I see couples
As they walk hand in hand

Hawian blue skies
Waters so blue
Land of enchantment
I do see it too

I see it all
Romance everywhere
The flowers in bloom
Fragrance in the air

Right out my window
I do feel it call
But there's no one for me
Not no one at all

I am so lonely
So lonely and blue
These tears in my eyes
Are hawian blue

Hawian blue skies
And I am so alone
Hawian blues
I have of my own.

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, December 12, 2004



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