Now I Can Bury My Dreams - Poem by david lessard
Let me hear you whisper my name,
Speak with the tongue of love,
Do not fear the touch of shame,
Your heart's pure as a dove.
Tell me you love me and kiss me,
Hold me and gather me tight,
Wrap your love around my knee,
Prevent me from any flight.
I'll be your slave, just say the word,
I can't deny you whatever you want,
I'll be the song you've never heard,
I'll never give you a cause to taunt.
Just say I love you and mean it,
Hold my head to your breast;
Inside my heart a light's been lit,
No joke, no tease, no jest.
We're lovers, not strangers in heat,
We're meant for each other it seems;
I knew right away, that we would meet,
Now I can fold and bury my dreams.
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