Peter S. Quinn


I Am Close To You - Poem by Peter S. Quinn

I am close to you
I am close to you
In the everlasting stream
I am close to you
Closer than before did seem
While darkness comes here thru
In its everlasting dream

Many days before - in new spring
When our hearts where younger still
With the ways we once did sing
For our hope to come and fulfill
When our eyes were filled with sky
Through the blue and the beautiful
And we did ask our questions why
In the answers that never were dull

When life shined like blossoms young
In the senses we once did touch
With the morning of hope to long
And with the feelings that gave so much
When earth was fresh like paradise
And every mountain was green and near
Our hearts didn’t know goodbyes
Only our beat that was close to hear

I am close to you
I am close to you
In this everlasting stream
I am close to you
Closer than before did seem
While darkness comes here thru
In its everlasting dream

Let us give and let us awake
What this world has shown us till now
Every mystic be born from to take
We shall manage their ways somehow
For all life is made for new love
And what comes to be always free
Like the clouds drifting here above
Of love that was meant for you and me

Many days before in new spring
When our hearts where younger still
With the ways we once did sing
For our hope to come and fulfill
Every dream has its taste and sacrifice
From the days that are going through
Tell me only truth that never lies
So we can come together again too

I am close to you
I am close to you
In the everlasting stream
I am close to you
Closer than before did seem
While darkness comes here thru
In its everlasting dream


Comments about I Am Close To You by Peter S. Quinn

  • Prince Obed de la Cruz (12/21/2009 1:37:00 AM)


    awesome and poetic! you got a 10! (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, December 20, 2009



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