William F Glennon
Loss - Poem by William F Glennon
The pine trees are swaying in the breeze.
The autumn has come with comfort and ease.
The pine needles fall to the valley floor.
The sunbeam reflects off the distant lake shore.
The view takes your breath away.
If it could only be an eternity.
I wish you could see this with me my love.
Only god has taken you away.
They say nothing lasts forever, only if we had one more day.
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