If We Should Meet Again - Poem by Gail Grierson
If sometime soon we meet again
Together by the shore,
We’ll share a laugh, a kiss, a hug,
And maybe something more.
You know exactly what to say
Just what makes me smile;
I love to listen to you speak,
Your easygoing style.
If we should ever disagree,
I’m sure it won’t persist;
When you look at me so tenderly,
My heart cannot resist.
So meet with me and we shall see
How precious love can be;
We’ll take the time to get to know
What’s right for you and me.
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