Robert Edgar Burns
Masterpiece - Poem by Robert Edgar Burns
I want to write a masterpiece,
And tell the world of you.
I’ll use the sky for parchment,
And it never will be through.
And I will shout the words aloud,
From the tallest house in town.
And if it takes forever to read,
Then I’m never coming down.
The words will be just simple words,
For they come right from my heart.
And I don’t want confusion,
Of how I’ve loved you from the start.
I want to capture you love,
In the grandest light of all.
So when others see you with me,
It makes me feel quite tall.
So I will write a chapter,
Each and every day.
So my masterpiece will continue on,
Until eternity passes away.
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